The governor of the third largest Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, Romeu Zema, expressed his help for President Jair Bolsonaro forward of the runoff that may face former President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva (2003-2011) on Oct. 30.
Minas Gerais, a conventional swing state, is the one rich and extremely productive state that didn’t vote for Jair Bolsonaro within the first spherical of elections.
The conservative president has acquired the votes of all the opposite states, which are in a position to create wealth, earn cash, and never simply spend it and have others foot the invoice.
Other than Minas . . .