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Ten Brazilian states must define their governor in the first round

With only three days to go until the first round of the general elections, the map of the dispute for state governments is still undefined in most of the country.

But in at least ten states, the polls point to an outcome already on Sunday, with the front runners adding up to at least 50% of the electorate's preference, according to polls conducted by Ipec in the last week of the campaign.

The Northern Region concentrates most of the favorites, with four states - Acre, Amapá, Pará, and Roraima - heading towards a definition in the first round.

That's where . . .

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