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Brazilians set to punish the left in polls

Brazilians furious at recession and corruption are expected to punish the long dominant Workers' Party in municipal elections on Sunday amid heightened security after a series of murders of candidates. The main battles in the first round of the nationwide polls are in Rio de Janeiro and Brazil's economic capital Sao Paulo, where the incumbent Workers' Party mayor, Fernando Haddad, risks being knocked out.
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