Brazil elections 2022: The Rio Times travels to the Northeast most opposed to Bolsonaro – Part 2 state of Piauí

Piauí is the only state in the Northeast region with a non-coastal capital, Teresina. The state has the shortest coastline of any seaward-facing Brazilian state and has traditionally depended on agriculture and cattle raising.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - As part of the Rio Times' election coverage, Benjamin Wein is traveling through the nine states of the Northeast region to ask why the region historically favors the leftist Workers Party PT and to find out more about voters' feelings for conservative President Bolsonaro

Piauí is the only state in the Northeast region with a non-coastal capital, Teresina. The state has the shortest coastline of any seaward-facing Brazilian state and has traditionally depended on agriculture and cattle raising.

In the decisive vote of the 2018 election, Fernando Haddad, the PT candidate, gained 77% of . . .

To read the full NEWS and much more, Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?