Bolsonaro and Lula seem to be heading for the Brazilian election runoff.
Late on Sunday, the top two contenders for president of Brazil were in a tight race that may determine
if the nation elects a socialist to lead the fourth-largest democracy in the world or maintains the current far-right leader in charge for a further four years.
The left-leaning former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is running against incumbent President Jair Bolsonaro in the election.
Although there are nine other candidates, Bolsonaro and da Silva's support is far superior to that of the others.
According to the election commission, da Silva led Bolsonaro with 47.3% of the votes after 91.6% of the ballots had been tallied.