Rio de Janiero... sleeping on the beach here
Waving the Green Party banner.
What do they do on a rainy night in Rio?
The CBC's Connie Watson was in Brazil on election day, when the Workers Party failed to get the majority it needed to avoid a Hallowe'en runoff.
Part of its problem she could see through the rain from her hotel window.
So many banners were flying in Brazil's election campaign.
Connie saw some folks with better uses for campaign banners than some politicians have. (photos AP)
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