Voting at the Consulate in Hartford: From First to Second Round

The Brazilian elections held abroad were open only for voting for presidential candidates, in 135 cities located in 89 countries, with more than a thousand electoral sections.
There are more than 120,000 voters in the United States, with more than 20,000 in the main electoral colleges, Florida and New York, ten times more than in Connecticut and Rhode Island, where there are 2,251 people eligible to vote. Of that number, only 678 came to the Consulate in Hartford on October 5 to exercise their voting rights, meaning, only 30.12 percent of the total.
By candidate, the result of 644 valid votes (minus 13 blank and 21 null votes) was as follows: in first place, the PSDB (Brazilian Social Democracy Party) candidate A

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