By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – More than 142 million Brazilians went to the polls on Sunday and more than a few surprises were registered. Although polls over the weekend pointed to a slight lead of Aecio Neves of the PSDB (Social Democracy Party) over Marina Silva of the PSB (Socialist Party) to go up against incumbent president Dilma Rousseff of the PT (Workers Party) in the second round of elections later this month, the final tally surprised many. With 99 percent of the votes counted Rousseff obtained 41.59 percent, Neves 33.55 percent and . . .