Lula and Bolsonaro searching for undecided votes

Lula and Bolsonaro searching for undecided votes
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24 October 2022
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Brasilia (Prensa Latina) Brazil's presidential candidates Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and Jair Bolsonaro redouble their offensive the last week of the campaign to win over undecided voters before the October 30 runoff elections.

The coordinators of the propaganda actions of both aspirants to the Planalto Palace, the seat of the Executive Power, ratified that the crusade remains in search of the voter who does not know for whom to vote or has a preference, but may change sides.

If someone still has doubts, if by chance he did not vote in the October 2 first round, he did not do the right biometrics, he can do it. Lulinha, about himself, is crazy to have one more vote, the presidential candidate of the Workers’ Party (PT) in Salvador, the capital of the northeast state of Bahia, recently stated.

Lula told journalists in Rio de Janeiro on October 20 that the first objective is to reduce the number of abstentions to convince people to vote. We must go to the streets and visit the people who did not vote and are undecided.

According to the UOL portal, the PT leader’s campaign expects a progression of at least 10 percent of the total votes in the runoff vote.

As in previous weeks and hunting for the fluctuating vote, the former unionist and the former Army captain will focus their campaign commitments on Brazil’s southeast region before the runoff next Sunday.

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