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    Vice President Leni Robredo to officially begin presidential bid with a hometown campaign

    Vice President Leni Robredo to officially begin presidential bid with a hometown campaign

    Vice President Leni Robredo officially kicks off her presidential campaign on Tuesday, February 8, with a whole day visit to different towns in Camarines Sur that will culminate in a grand rally in Naga City, her hometown.

    For Robredo, it will be a show of gratitude, a send-off, with an extra serving of luck.

    “’Yung kick-off, dito ‘yun sa Cam Sur. Ganoon naman, parang pampabuwenas saka pagpasalamat,” Robredo said.

    She also described the hometown campaign as a send-off and expressed gratitude to her fellow Bicolanos. As she guns for the highest elected position in the country, Robredo’s hometown will always be her safe and happy place.

    “Laging kahit anong kaguluhan na pinagdadaanan ko, ‘pag nandito ako, nakakalimutan ko ‘yun lahat dahil [I am] among people who love me the most,” she said. “Ang nagma-matter sa lahat na ‘yung mga nakakakilala sa’yo, kung sino ka, na-aapreciate ikaw at hindi nadadala sa mga kasinungalingan na binibigay… Kaya ako nagpapasalamat sa kanila.”
    If elected, Robredo will be the first President from the Bicol region, and the third female President.
    Fellow Bicolanos have been solidly behind Robredo since her unplanned political career in 2012, set off by the death of her husband, the beloved Naga City mayor and Interior Secretary Jesse Robredo.
    The journey has not been easy for the Vice President as the leader of the opposition. But despite the roadblocks, Robredo refused to be a spare tire, the traditional role of a Vice President.
    She established Angat Buhay, a poverty alleviation program. With a very small budget, the Office of the Vice President (OVP) partnered with the private sector for the many different projects that have made a difference in people’s lives.
    On February 8 and 9, Robredo with her running mate, Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan and their senatorial ticket will be barnstorming throughout the Bicol region, Robredo’s bailiwick, presenting her platform and its vision: “Gobyernong tapat, angat buhay lahat”. Its pillars include livelihood, nutrition, security, health, education, housing, environment, infrastructure, and technology.

    “Iikutin namin yung buong probinsya, meron lang mga pupuntahan na mga pockets… kasi kung big rally, sobrang inconvenient pa sa mga tao na pupunta sila. So ito, kami yung pupunta,” Robredo said.
    The people’s campaign is also gearing up for February 8 nationwide. Chapters of the Robredo People’s Council (RPC), the umbrella organization of volunteers campaigning for Robredo and her entire slate, will be staging their own events.
    There are scheduled Zumba sessions, noise barrage, mini-caravans, house-to-house campaigning, masses, and social media postings among others. The local RPCs will also hold watch parties that will stream the grand rally live.
    Robredo has expressed pride and admiration for the efforts and dedication showed by the people who want her to be the country’s next President.
    In one online meet and greet with supporters, Robredo said:
    “This is the heart of the campaign: People coming out, making a decision that no matter how difficult the road is, talagang ipaglalaban ‘yung bayan.” [End]


    Posted in Press Releases on Feb 06, 2022