Brazil's Voters Got Hope, Want Change
It's tempting to read the results of Sunday's election in Brazil as a win for the status quo. President Dilma Rousseff took nearly 42 percent of the tally, 9 million votes more than the runner-up, Social Democrat Party leader Aecio Neves, and now looks poised for the Oct. 26 runoff.
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