Brazilian presidential election, 1934

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Indirect presidential elections were held in Brazil on 17 July 1934.[1] Unlike previous elections which had been public, this election was carried out by the Constituent Assembly. The result was a victory for Getúlio Vargas, who received 175 of the 248 votes.

Results[edit]

Candidate Votes %
Getúlio Vargas 175 70.58
Borges de Medeiros 59 23.79
Pedro Aurélio de Góis Monteiro 4 1.61
Protógenes Guimarães 2 0.8
Raul Fernandes 1 0.4
Artur Bernardes 1 0.4
Plínio Salgado 1 0.4
Antônio Carlos Ribeiro de Andrada 1 0.4
Afrânio de Melo Franco 1 0.4
Oscar Weinscheck 1 0.4
Paim Filho 1 0.4
Levi Carneiro 1 0.4
Total 248 100

References[edit]

  1. ^ Getúilo Vargas in Brazil World History Chronology