Polls opening for Brazilian presidential elections
Lula reacts after announcement of election run off
Bernie Sanders Wins Re-Election!
Presser by opposition candidate Geraldo Alckimin
Republicans capture Senate in U.S. Midterm elections
미국 중간선거: 공화당, 8년 만에 양원 장악
The São Paulo state elections of 2006 was held along with Brazilian general elections, on October 1 and on October 29, 2006. Since 1994, as a result of a constitutional amendment which reduced the presidential term to four years, all federal and state elections in Brazil have coincided. The state elections decide Governors and the state deputies for the Legislative Assemblies. Also, the members of the National Congress are elected by state.