The vice-presidential candidate, Guilherme Palmeira, accused of helping a construction company in his home state win government contracts, was replaced by the veteran senator Marco Maciel. Reuter
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SAO PAULO - Brazil's presidential candidate Fernando Henrique Cardoso replaced his running-mate to head off influence-peddling charges in an election where voters say they will spurn candidates tainted by corruption.