Social Christian Party (Brazil)

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Social Christian Party
Partido Social Cristão
President Everaldo Pereira
Founded 1985[1]
Headquarters Brasília, Brazil
Membership 421,521[2]
Ideology Conservatism
Christian right
Economic liberalism
Right-wing populism
Political position Right-wing to Far-right
Colours          Green & white
TSE Identification Number 20
Seats in the Chamber of Deputies
13 / 513
Seats in the Senate
1 / 81
Local government
1,431 / 56,810
Pastor Everaldo Pereira (left)

The Social Christian Party (Portuguese: Partido Social Cristão, PSC) is a conservative political party in Brazil.

At the legislative elections, 2010, PSC obtained 12 seats in the chamber of deputies and kept this number at 2014 legislative elections.[3]

Jair Bolsonaro is currently running as the candidate for the 2018 Brazilian presidential elections and he is coming in third place in the Race as of 2017.

Electoral results[edit]

At the legislative elections, 6 October 2002, the party won 1 out of 513 seats in the Chamber of Deputies and no seats in the Senate. At the legislative elections of October 1, 2006, the party won 9 seats in the chamber of deputies.

Presidential elections[edit]

Year Candidate Votes  %
1989 No candidate, endorsed Fernando Collor de Mello n/a n/a
1994 Hernani Fortuna 238,257 0.40%
1998 Sergio Bueno 124,546 0.20
2002 No candidate, endorsed Anthony Garotinho n/a n/a
2010 No candidate, endorsed Dilma Rousseff n/a n/a
2014 Pastor Everaldo 780,513 0.75%
2018 Jair Bolsonaro TBD TBD


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