Fabiano Contarato is a Brazilian law professor, police chief, and politician affiliated to the Sustainability Network. He was the most voted candidate for the Brazilian Senate in the state of Espírito Santo during the 2018 Brazilian general election, with over one million votes; it was the first time he ran for an elected office. Contarato is the first openly LGBT person to be elected for the Brazilian Senate. His win unseated Magno Malta, a conservative evangelical pastor and ally of far-right Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.
|Born:||June 20, 1966, Nova Venécia, Espírito Santo, Brazil|
|Occupation:||Police chief, lecturer|
About Fabiano Contarato
Brazilian politician and lawyer who is known for having served as a Senator for Espirito Santo beginning in February of 2019. He is also know for having been a police chief and for having been affiliated with the Sustainability Network of REDE.
He attended the Universidade Vila Velha where he earned his degree in Law. He then started his career as a traffic officer before being appointed as General Corregidor of the State.
He is known for being the first openly LGBT person to be elected to the Brazilian Senate.
He was born and raised in Nova Venecia, Espirito Santo, Brazil.
After being elected to the senate, he dethroned conservative evangelical pastor Magno Malta.
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