Haddad Takes Last Shot to Win Presidential Elections in Brazil

The PT party's candidate hopes that explicit support from Ciro Gomes will be enough to hand him the votes necessary to surpass Jair Bolsonaro.

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – In a final push to win over undecided and those who are thinking about annulling their votes, Brazilian presidential candidate, Fernando Haddad, of the PT (Workers’ Party) criticized his opponent on Friday and stated he hoped for explicit support from third runner-up, Ciro Gomes.

"We will get 3 to 4 [percentage] points with the support of Ciro [Gomes]," said Haddad on Friday while campaigning in Salvador, Bahia.

Gomes, who came in third place in the Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?