Check out the agenda of the candidates for mayor of Manaus on Saturday (03)

Follow the daily schedule of the candidates in the AM POST.
03/09/2016 12h36 - Updated 3/09/2016 12h36
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The list is in alphabetical order.

Arthur Neto
9h to 12 pm – Bandeiradas by city.
14h to 17h – election program recording.

Henrique Oliveira
9h – Leafleting at Avenida Pedro Teixeira, Dom Pedro neighborhood, opposite La Salle.
10h30 – Leafleting – Brazil Avenue, Compensates neighborhood, near the Mall of mini Compensates.
Late – program recording to social networks.

Hissa Abraham
9h - Commitment to base.
17h - Meeting at the New Town neighborhood.
19h - Meeting at Crowned neighborhood;
20h - Meeting at St. George neighborhood.

Jose Ricardo
7 at 8 am – Meeting with supporters teachers in Japiim neighborhood.
9h – walking, leafleting, “bandeiraço” and minicomício in St Peter's Avenue, in Compensates.
17h – “Bandeiraço” with leafleting at the head of Rio Negro Bridge, in Compensates.

Luiz Castro
6:30h - Programme Recording.
8:30h - Walk neighborhood San Jose.
10h - Meeting with campaign supporters.
14h - Recording with young.
20h - Walk Redemption neighborhood.

Marcelo Ramos
09h – Walk in Marcilio Dias Street, Center.
10h – Recording of the electoral program.
13h to 17h – Recording of the electoral program.
17h to 19h – Interview.
20h30 – Meeting.
21h30 – Birthday in the Barrio Dom Pedro.

Professor Queiroz
09h – Leafleting and checkered flag with a concentration near the fair Live Better, in the north.
15h – Walk and leafleting with a focus on St. George Avenue, St. George neighborhood, near the snack Castle.

Serafim Correa
0800 pm - Interview journalism students Uninorte.
0900 pm - Walk East Zone.
1800 pm - Community Meeting West Zone.
2000 pm - Meeting campaign coordination.

Silas House
08h – Breakfast with leaders.
16h – Community meeting in Manaus West Zone.
17h – Walk in the South-Central Zone of Manaus.

Source: AM POST Writing

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