Brazilian municipal elections, 2008
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Brazilian law allows candidates to run under ballot names different from their legal names. At least six candidates have chosen the ballot name "Barack Obama"  and some entrepreneurs use ballot names that make reference to their business.
Mayoral elections results
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- "Elections calendar" (in Portuguese). Tribunal Regional Eleitoral de São Paulo.
- "Elections statistics" (in Portuguese). Tribunal Superior Eleitoral.
- Tom Phillips (2008-09-15). "Now for Brazil's Barack Obamas - all six of them". The Guardian.
- Rodrigo Bertolotto (2008-09-26). ""Candidato-empresa" aproveita eleição e promove sua firma" (in Portuguese). UOL Notícias.