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SAO PAULO, Brazil Supporters of Brazil’s opposition left-wing Workers Party (PT) poured onto Sao Paulo’s financial avenue late yesterday to celebrate victory in the mayoral race of South America’s largest city, their new springboard for the 2002 presidential elections.
The PT’s Marta Suplicy, a former TV sex psychologist and federal deputy who wooed corruption-weary residents with her anti-graft campaign, garnered 59 percent of the vote with all ballots counted in the city of 10 million.