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25 Oct 2010 13:06 GMT | Politics, Latin America, Brazil
Brazil's two main presidential candidates are racing to win crucial votes ahead of Sunday's run-off election.Both have been holding rallies in Rio De Janeiro. Polls still put the current president's chosen sucessor, Dilma Roussef, ahead of her rival Jose Serra.
Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo has been following them on the campaign trail.
Source: Al Jazeera
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