Roraima government candidates in 2022: see list | Roraima
As the conference started on August 20, events started to verify their candidates for Roraimar’s government.
The events have to carry a convention, type alliances and choose candidates until August 5. Candidates should apply for registration by August 15.
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Official candidates embody incumbent governor Antonio Denariam (PP) who needs to run for re-election, in addition to Fabio Almeida (PSOL), Jurassi Escurinho (PDT), Rudson Leite (PV) and former Boa Vista mayor Teresa Surita (PV). MDB).
See the list of who’s operating as of this Tuesday (2) (alphabetically):
Antonio Denariam is made official by the Progressistas as official candidate — Photo: Caíque Rodrigues/g1 RR
Roraima’s present governor, Antonio Denariam, 58, is a candidate for re-election by the Progressistas (PP). He contested the election for the primary time in 2018, when he received with 53.34% of the legitimate votes solid.
Denariam was born in 1964 in Annapolis, Goas state. The son of Valdivina and Oliverio Almeida, he has been married to Simone Denariam for 15 years and has three kids. The governorship was the primary public workplace held by him. Prior to this, he was a businessman in the agribusiness sector – primarily in the soy market, aside from proudly owning corn farms, additionally working in cattle ranching and actual property.
The candidacy was formally introduced on July 26 at a conference held in Anaoa at Boa Vista Park.
Fabio Almeida has been made official by PSOL as official candidate — Photo: Yara Ramalho/G1RR
Fábio Almeida, 47, a historical past professor and journalist who works in in style communication, is a gubernatorial candidate of the Socialism and Freedom Party (PSOL). This is Fabio’s second run for the place, the primary being in 2018.
Born in 1975 in Paraiba, João Pessoa. Fabio is married and has three kids. In 2005, he served as Health Secretary of the Municipality of Canta, President of the Council of Municipal Health Secretaries of Roraima, and Director of the National Council of Municipal Health Secretaries. He was Rural Health Coordinator on the Municipal Health Department of Boa Vista in 2007 and Superintendent of Funasa between 2014 and 2015.
The candidacy was introduced on July 26, at a convention held at Espaco Parica in Boa Vista.
Businessman Jurasi Escurinho, 49 years previous — Photo: Caíque Rodrigues/g1 RR
Businessman Jurasi Escurinho, 49, is a government candidate for the Democratic Labor Party (PDT). This is the primary time he has run for workplace.
Jurasi Francisco dos Santos, often known as “Jurasi Escurinho”, is a businessman in the earthmoving enterprise. He was a councilor in the municipality of Carobe, south of Roraima, and is operating for governor of the state for the primary time. He is married, has two daughters and one grandson.
The candidacy was launched at a convention of legends at Da Mangueira, a membership in the Cumber neighborhood, west of Boa Vista.
Rudson Leit is the government’s candidate for PV — Photo: Reproduction/Ready Amazonica
Politician Rudson Leite has been confirmed by the Green Party (PV) because the Roraima government candidate. He is operating for workplace for the primary time.
Rudson holds a level in Business Administration from Leite Faculdade Roraimense de Ensino Superior (Fares). Born in Boa Vista, he’s married to Leli Leight and has two kids. He has already held the place of Senator of the Republic for 4 months, when in 2018 he took over from Telmario Motta (Pros), for whom he’s an alternate. He contested the state deputy publish in 1994 and 1998 elections. In 2006, he ran for federal deputy and in 2012 for vice mayor.
On July 29, the candidacy was formally introduced at a conference held at Espaco Evento in Boa Vista.
Teresa Surita on the MDB Convention — Photo: Reproduction/Reed Amazonica
Former mayor of Boa Vista, Teresa Surita is candidate for government by the Brazilian Democratic Movement (MDB). He is operating for governor of the state for the second time since 1998, when he was defeated by Nuendo Campos.
Teresa was additionally Federal Deputy for Roraima twice (1990 and 2010). Her right-hand man is former senator Romero Juca, president of Roraima’s MDB, and to whom she was as soon as married. He was the pre-candidate who nominated and helped elect Arthur Henrique (MDB), the present mayor of the capital of Roraima. Apart from his political profession, he has a level in tourism. She is at present married to businessman Marcelo Guimaraes and has two daughters.