Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Congratulates Mayor Eduardo Paes of Rio de Janeiro on his Historic First-Round Election Victory


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Greenberg Quinlan Rosner congratulates Rio de Janeiro Mayor Eduardo Paes (PMDB). Paes was reelected yesterday with 65 percent of the vote in the first round of mayoral elections.

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His closest rival, Marcelo Freixo, received 28 percent of the vote in this wide-open yet crowded field. Paes was elected with more votes in the first round than any other mayor in the democratic history of the city, making this a victory of historic proportions.

Greenberg Quinlan Rosner is proud to have had the opportunity to support Paes and his team with public opinion research and strategic advice during this historic campaign. 

Cariocas recognized Paes´s leadership, and his improvements to education and infrastructure while fighting crime and insecurity, and supported his initiatives to continue bringing new growth to this city in the upcoming four years. The city of Rio de Janeiro and Brazil had a great victory last night, and they can be assured of steady leadership through the Olympic Games in 2016.

Greenberg Quinlan Rosner’s team for the mayoral election was: 

Jeremy Rosner – Executive Vice President

Ana Iparraguirre – Vice President

Brian Paler – Assistant Analyst

Ben Krauss – Assistant Analyst

Lester Polchlopek – Programmer

Richard Barney – Programmer

Please direct all questions, comments, or press inquiries to: Kelsey Gustafson, Project Coordinator: +1 202 478 8300 /KGustafson@gqrr.com.


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