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About the 2018 Brazilian Election Portal

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About the 2018 Brazilian Election Portal

Welcome to the Brazil Institute’s 2018 Brazilian Election Portal! The portal serves as a one-stop hub for information about the 2018 Brazilian general elections, with a specific focus on the presidential elections. The portal features a variety of content, such as articles, infographics, and related events held at the Wilson Center. Here, you can read about the main issues facing Brazil before the elections, the different candidates and their proposals, and Brazil’s diverse electorate and electoral system

About the Brazil Institute

Founded in 2006, the Brazil Institute—the only public policy institute in Washington dedicated to Brazil—seeks to foster dialogue on key issues of bilateral concern between Brazil and the United States, while advancing Washington’s understanding of the complexities of Brazil as a regional, democratic power and a global player. Through events, research, and other activities, the Institute’s initiatives bring together the public, private, and nonprofit spheres on a broad range of issues, including trade, science and technology, corruption and rule of law, democracy, and sustainability.

About the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, established by Congress in 1968 and headquartered in Washington, D.C., is the living, national memorial to President Wilson. It is a nonpartisan institution, supported by public and private funds, engaged in the study of national and world affairs.

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The Brazil Institute—the only country-specific policy institution focused on Brazil in Washington—works to foster understanding of Brazil’s complex reality and to support more consequential relations between Brazilian and U.S. institutions in all sectors.  Read more