Bolsonaro Is Luring Evangelicals to Reduce Lula's Lead in Brazil – Bloomberg

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Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro is increasingly courting Christian evangelicals in the run-up to the October election in a strategy to block inroads made by his leftist challenger into the crucial constituency. 
Bolsonaro on Wednesday took part in a prayer organized by evangelical lawmakers at the lower house in Brasilia, the latest in a series of religious events he has recently attended. The conservative president won in 2018 thanks in large part to the massive support of the community of faithful that already makes up about one third of Brazil’s 210 million population.


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