Municipal elections 2020: see results in the capitals of Brazil

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This Sunday, the Brazilian population went to the polls to elect mayors and councilors in 5,568 municipalities in the country.

The results began to be released by the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) from 5 pm, Brasília time, when the voting in most of the national territory ended.

Results of municipal elections 2020. Click here

The counting of votes was delayed that Sunday night. According to the TSE, the data is normally coming from the Regional Electoral Courts (TREs) of the States – but the totalization operation, in Brasília, was not as fast as the agency expected.

On this page, BBC News Brasil shows the result of the country’s capitals at each definition.

Bruno Covas (PSDB): 32.85% (Second round)

Guilherme Boulos (PSOL): 20.2% (Second round)

Eduardo Paes (DEM): 37% (Second round)

Marcelo Crivella (Republicans): 21% (Second round)

Alexandre Kalil (PSD): 63% (Re-elected)

Delegate Pazolini (Republicans): 30% (Second round)

João Coser (PT): 21% (Second round)

João Campos (PSB): 29% (Second round)

Marília Arraes (PT): 27% (Second round)

Edvaldo (PDT): 45% (Second round)

Delegate Danielle (Citizenship): 21% (Second round)

Álvaro Dias (PSDB): 57% (Re-elected)

José Sarto (PDT): 35% (Second round)

Captain Wagner (PROS): 33% (Second round)

Bruno Reis (DEM): 64% (Elected)

Cícero Lucena (PP): 20% (Second round)

Nilvan (MDB): 16% (Second round)

Eduardo Braide (We can): 37% (Second round)

Duarte Junior (Republicans): 22% (Second round)

Dr. Pessoa (MDB): 34% (Second round)

Kleber Montezuma (PSDB): 26% (Second round)

Rafael Greca (DEM): 59% (Re-elected)

Gean Loureiro (DEM): 53% (Re-elected)

Professor Elson (PSOL): 18%

Sebastião Melo (MDB): 31% (Second round)

Manuela D’Ávila (PCdoB): 29% (Second round)

Edmilson (PSOL): 34% (Second round)

Federal Delegate Eguchi (Patriots): 23% (Second round)

Tião Bocalom (PP): 49% (Second round)

Socorro Neri (PSB): 22% (Second round)

Amazonino Mendes (We can): 23% (Second round)

David Almeida (Forward): 22% (Second round)

Cinthia Ribeiro (PSDB): 36% (Elected)

Professor Júnior Geo (Pros): 14%

Hildon Chaves (PSDB): 34% (Second round)

Cristiane Lopes (PP): 14% (Second round)

Arthur Henrique (MDB): 49% (Second round)

Ottaci (Solidarity): 10% (Second round)

Marquinhos Trad (PSD): 52% (Elected)

Promoter Harfouche (Avante): 11%

Abílio (We can): 33% (Second round)

Emanuel Pinheiro (MDB): 30% (Second round)

Maguito Vilela (MDB): 36% (Second round)

Vanderlan Cardoso (PSD): 24% (Second round)

The elections in the capital of Amapá were postponed because of the blackout of electricity.

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