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After a topsy-turvy campaign, Brazil votes in presidential elections Sunday, with incumbent Dilma Rousseff headed for a likely runoff against one of two challengers promising very different brands of change.Three polls released Saturday gave Silva, a one-time maid and rubber-tapper who has vowed to be multiracial Brazil's first "poor, black president," between 21 percent and 24 percent of the vote, trailing Neves (24-27 percent) and Rousseff (41-46 percent).Silva condemns negative campaignNeves will stay in Belo Horizonte, and Silva will vote in Acre in the Amazon.Some 142.8 million voters will cast their ballots in the polls, which open at 8:00 am (1100 GMT).
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