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BRAZIL ELECTION
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July 29, 2002 
Workers Front presidential candidate Ciro Gomes waves to supporters
during a campaign stop in Rio de... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil - 
BRAZILIAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE CIRO GOMES WAVES TO SUPPORTERS IN RIO
DE JANEIRO. 
Workers Front presidential candidate Ciro Gomes waves to supporters
during a campaign stop in Rio de Janeiro, July 29, 2002. Center-leftist
Gomes, a former Finance Minister, rose four percentage points to 26
percent to consolidate his spot in second place. Workers Party (PT)
presidential candidate Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, the perennial race
leader, was steady at 33 percent. The survey showed Gomes would beat
Lula by more than the margin of error in the second round. If no
candidate wins an outright majority on the first ballot on October 6,
the two front-runners go head-to-head in a winner-takes-all second
round on October 27. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes

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