Former city mayor Oscar S. Rodriguez (with mic) gives context to the Robredo-Pangilinan campaign as a struggle to regain hope and renewal for the nation. With him are (L-R) Pritz Faustino of Robredo-Pangilinan Supporters from St. Scholastica’s Academy, Alex Patio of Magsilbi Tamu SF, Arnel Sicatof the Robredo-Pangilinan People’s Council-Pampanga, Edcel Torres of Solid Online Campaign Action Force, and Bong Polvoriza of the Solid Leni Pilipinas-Pampanga. Photo by Bong Lacson
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO – Some 10,000 Fernandino volunteers will join the grand house-to-house campaign for presidential candidate Vice President Leni Robredo and running mate Senator Kiko Pangilinan as announced during a press conference at Dencio’s restaurant here on Monday.
The house-to-house campaign dubbed “Kampanyang Fernandino: Tao sa Tao, Puso sa Puso” is part of the nationwide call to intensify the campaign for the Leni-Kiko tandem which is set on Saturday, April 23 coinciding with the vice president’s 57th birthday.
According to Robredo-Pangilinan People’s Council member and Magsilbi Tamu campaign manager Engr. Arnel Sicat, the said campaign will target different communities especially those in distant areas. He added that some sectors and volunteers will also have their own plan within their barangays in order to boost the campaign further.
“Per barangay talaga magmi-meeting, sila ang gagawa ng mga gimik. May mga barangays like Sindalan, kausap ko mga miyembro ng LGBTQ+, gagawa sila ng gimik so kanya-kanya talagang plano. Sila rin ang gagawa per purok sino ang pupunta para ma-saturate ang buong barangay and eventually ang San Fernando at buong probinsya. Ang target dapat mapanalo natin ito,” said Sicat.
Mayoral candidate former Mayor Oscar Rodruguez shared how significant it is to be part of the struggle and the journey for a better future for the youth and bring new hope for the country.
“Gusto kong maging bahagi nitong struggle, nitong paglalakbay na tinatawag patungo dun sa objective na bigyan muli ng pag-asa ang Pilipinas, bigyan ng bagong bukas ang kabataan. Ang house-to-house campaign na ito ay malaking bagay sa labanan sa pagnanais namin manalo si VP Leni at Sen. Kiko,” said Rodriguez.
“Pag nagkamali tayo ng pagpili, pupunta tayo sa mas madilim na bahagi ng ating kasaysayan. At pakakawalan ang pag-asa ang ating mga anak,” the former mayor added.
With 21 days left before the May 9 election, the house-to-house campaign for the Leni-Kiko tandem has been ongoing across the country to educate voters and fight online disinformation.