Huge crowd in Team PNoy’s rally in Vitali PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 07 April 2013 14:47

The local District II Team PNoy headed by mayoralty aspirant Cong. Beng Climaco-Salazar, re-electionist Vice Mayor Cesar Iturralde and congressional bet Jomar Lobregat together with the 8 council aspirants received a rousing welcome during the group’s sortie in the Vitali district Wednesday, the 5th day of the campaign trail.

Climaco-Salazar said the reception of the people during the group’s house to house visits, pulong-pulong and the succeeding rally in the area was heart warming and awe-inspiring.

Officials from 16 barangays both from the east and west coasts of the City joined Team PNoy’s rally to show their unconditional support to the group, which they said is proven, tested and can be trusted to steer the city and to bring about  further progress and development.

Climaco-Salazar said her track record as District 1 Representative in the House of Congress during the last 6 years that include the implementation of over P2 billion worth of projects covering the areas of security, health and education will be replicated and further enhanced once elected into office.

Aside from citing advantages in giving her the mandate for mayor in the May 13 polls, Climaco-Salazar also endorsed the candidacies of her team-mate Vice Mayor Cesar Iturralde, congressional candidate Jomar Lobregat and Council aspirants Mike Alavar, Eddie Saavedra, Percival Ramos, VP Elago, Kit Barredo, Art Onrubia, BG Guingona and Elong Natividad.

She stressed that her work as mayor, once elected, will be lighter and easier if and when the City Council will compose of members who are fully supportive of her plans and programs.

Mayor Celso Lobregat, who is running for Congress in the 1st District, also joined the rally to endorse the Team PNoy District 2 candidates specifically his brother Jomar.

The barangay officials present included those from Vitali, Licomo, Tictapul, Sibulao, Tigbalabag, Mangusu, Bunguiao, Putik, Quiniput, Curuan, Lamisahan, Pasobolong, Sta. Catalina, Patalon, Zone II and several others. — Rey Carbonel