Mayor Isko Moreno Reveals Side on the Support for Former Sen. Marcos by Some Supporters of Pres. Duterte
ISKO MORENO – The Manila Mayor reacted to some supporters of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte supporting former Senator Bongbong Marcos Jr.’s presidential bid.
The May 2022 Election is fast-approaching and the candidates are on a double-time campaigning to as many people as they can. The bets are visiting different areas and provinces to meet the people and lay their platforms should they win in the upcoming poll.
One of the 10 candidates for president in the upcoming poll is Manila Mayor Isko Moreno. He is the standard-bearer of Partido Aksyon Demokratiko.
Moreno is on the 3rd spot in the result of the survey conducted by Pulse Asia last February about the voters’ preference. Meanwhile, the Manila Mayor stressed that the smiles and excitement of the people he met during the campaign outweighed the result of the survey.
The Aksyon Demokratiko standard-bearer is currently pushing for his campaign tag “Switch to Isko” by visiting different areas across the nation and meeting different people.
Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, Mayor Isko Moreno has the support of former Agrarian Secretary John Castriciones, the founder of the Mayor Rodrigo Roa Duterte-National Executive Coordinating Committee (MRRD-NECC). However, some members said that 98% of them are backing the presidential bid of former Sen. Bongbong Marcos.
To this, the reaction of Mayor Isko Moreno was asked. According to the report, the Manila Mayor stressed that he is already happy and thankful that some members of the group are supporting him.
“Nagustuhan nila yung ibang kandidato, demokrasya ito, okay lang… Yung hindi sa amin, makakuha kami ng konti, dagdag sa amin,” he said.
Moreno shared that Castriciones has already given him a heads up that some of the members are backing the other candidates. According to him, he stressed to the MRRD-NECC founder that having his vote is already a big thing to him.
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