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|‹ 2006 2014 ›|
|Paulist presidential election, 2010|
| November 5 (first round)
November 26 (second round)
|Nominee||Eduardo Suplicy||Geraldo Alckmin|
|Party||Social-Labourist Party||Democratic Party|
|Home state||San Paulo||San Paulo|
|Running mate||Rui Falcão||Indio da Costa|
The election determined the successor to President Plínio de Arruda Sampaio, of the Socialist Party. According to the Constitution, the president is elected directly for a four-year term, with a limit of two consecutive terms. Sampaio was thus not eligible to stand again as he has already served two terms after winning the elections in 2002 and being re-elected in 2006.
|Eduardo Suplicy||Social-Labourist Party||Rui Falcão||Governor of San Paulo (district).|
|Geraldo Alckmin||Democratic Party||Índio da Costa||Governor of San Paulo (state).|
|Aécio Neves||Liberal Party||Aloysio Nunes||Governor of Minas de Ouro.|
|Fernando Gabeira||Green Party||
Luiz Carlos Bassuma
|Deputy of Minas de Ouro.|
|Tarso Genro||Workers' Party||Aloizio Mercadante||Governor of São Pedro do Rio Grande.|
|Ciro Gomes||Socialist Party||Eduardo Campos||Senator of San Paulo (state).|
|Roberto Freire||Communist Party||Mauro Iasi||Secretary-general of the Communist Party.|
|Levy Fidélix||Conservative Party||Luiz Duarte||Deputy of Minas de Ouro.|
|Jair Bolsonaro||Nationalist Party||Leônidas Pires Gonçalves||Deputy of San Miguel.|