Elections Ended in Brazil. Get Ready for the Next One.

With Marta Suplicy (PT) no longer the darling of the PT, it looks like the party will need to look elsewhere. And given the amount of time, money and effort they threw into the São Paulo election, how sickened must they be that the name the media wants to talk about is that of Luzianne Lins, the newly elected PT mayor of Fortaleza in Ceará state?

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