Theolinda Olympio de Araújo

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Theolinda Olympio de Araújo was a Brazilian politician. She contested the October 14, 1934 elections to the State Constitutive Assembly of Ceará as a candidate of the Catholic Electoral League. She was the sole woman getting elected, gaining the position as a replacer in the assembly. In total five female candidates had contested.[1]