|Federal Deputy for São Paulo|
|Assumed office |
1 February 2015
|Born||10 July 1984|
Resende, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rogéria Nantes Braga
|Relatives||Flávio Bolsonaro (brother)|
Carlos Bolsonaro (brother)
|Alma mater||Federal University of Rio de Janeiro|
|Occupation||Federal Police officer |
He has been a member of the Chamber of Deputies since 2015, and is affiliated to the Social Liberal Party (PSL). In 2018, he was re-elected to a second term as Federal Deputy, being the most voted lawmaker in Brazil's history after he received 1.8 million votes.
In February 2019, it was reported that Bolsonaro was joining The Movement. The European based organisation supports right-wing populism and was founded by former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon. He is the representative for the group in South America.
|Year||Candidacy (Party)||Votes (#)||Result|
|2014||Federal Deputy for São Paulo (PSC)||82,224 (#64)||Elected|
|2018||Federal Deputy for São Paulo (PSL)
2nd term in a row
In 2015, Eduardo Bolsonaro ranked first in the category "Combating Corruption and Organized Crime" of the Focus Awards 2015. Bolsonaro had 16,769 votes, more than 10 thousand ahead of the second place.
In 2017, Eduardo Bolsonaro ranked first in the category of "Best Deputy" of the Focus Awards 2017. He had 55,256 votes, almost three times ahead of the second place. 
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