Brazil’s presidential election heads to second round as candidates fail to win majority

Four more weeks of a bruising campaign began in Brazil after none of the candidates won 50 percent of the vote in Sunday’s first round of the presidential election. President Jair Bolsonaro outperformed polls that showed him losing badly against his leftist rival, former President Luiz Inácio “Lula” da Silva. In partnership with the Pulitzer Center, special correspondent Jane Ferguson reports.

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