Brazilian presidential candidates on the hunt for the vote of evangelicals

In Brazil, evangelicals represent almost a third of the population - some 70 million - and some projections indicate that in a decade, they could surpass Catholics in the country with the largest number of followers of that religion in the world.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Even though the campaign has not yet begun, Brazil's presidential hopefuls are already mobilizing to seduce the evangelical sector, which was crucial for Jair Bolsonaro's election in 2018 and tends to be increasingly decisive . . .

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