MDB and PSDB this weekend resolved the last regional impasse between the two parties. Candidate for reelection in Rio Grande do Sul, former governor Eduardo Leite (PSDB) will receive the support of emedebistas in the dispute.
Senator Eliziane Gama (Citizenship-MA) is also quoted for the vacancy, but the toucans do not give up indicating a name from the party, since for the first time since the creation of the party they will not have their own candidate in the dispute for Palácio do Planalto.
Quantitative research carried out by Simone Tebet’s pre-campaign showed that a ticket with two women would be the “new fact” of the campaign. A Datafolha poll released last week showed the senator with 2% of voting intentions. In addition to the MDB, the PSTU launched a woman in the presidential race – the worker Vera Lúcia, who will have indigenous leader Kunã Yoporã as her deputy.
Allies of Mara Gabrilli, who is in the middle of her term as senator, say that she was probed by the national president of the PSDB, Bruno Araújo, and should still this Monday, 1st, meet with Simone in São Paulo.