In what city did Cacareco famously receive about 100,000 votes in the city council elections of 1958, more than any other candidate, but did not take office?
São Paulo, Brazil
Cacareco (1954-1962) was a female black rhinoceros exhibited in Brazilian zoos. The election had a very low turnout; effectively the vote for Cacareco was a protest vote against what was seen as rampant corruption. Electoral officials did not accept Cacareco as a candidate.
About which city did Mark Twain write, "older than tradition, older even than legend and looks twice as old as all them put together"?
From and including the general election in the United Kingdom in 2010 how many of the four elections until 2020 were coalition governments?
Usually, the United Kingdom holds general elections every five, or sometimes four, years. In the 20th century, how many times did the UK hold more than one general election in one year?