BRASILIA, Brazil (AP) — If Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro is to have any hope of securing a second time period, he wants extra feminine help – and quick. But a person famed for macho bravado hasn’t proven any concerted technique to take action.
With the election simply three months off, some polls present just one in 5 ladies will vote for the tough-talking, pro-gun, motorcycle-riding former Military captain. If that holds true Oct. 2, Bolsonaro might lose outright to his nemesis, former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, with out want for a runoff. Virtually half of Brazilian ladies say they are going to vote for the president’s opponent.