THE camps of presidential candidate continue to woo Kapampangan voters who remain undecided on their choice for the coming May 2022 polls.
On Tuesday morning, April 19, officials of Aksyon Demokratiko Party launched the #SwitchToIsko campaign in the City of San Fernando to convince local voters to pick their standard bearer, Manila Mayor Isko Moreno Domagoso, as the country’s next president.
According to Partido Aksyon Demokratiko Chairman Ernest Ramel, around five percent to 10 percent of the country’s voter population are seen to still be undecided while number of soft voters from different camps varies.
“Historically, we are seeing that around April, doon pa lang tumitibay ang desisyon ng mamayang Pilipino and by the first week of May, meron pa rin siguro one to two percent na undecided. Generally, marami na pwedeng magswitch and hopefully, it will to Mayor Isko,” he said.
To woo voters, Ramel said they are going around different areas to present to people the Moreno’s accomplishments, especially under incumbency as local chief executive of the country’s capital city during the pandemic.
Among which are the City Government’s pandemic relief assistance program for all Manileño families, the construction of big-ticket infrastructures, rehabilitation of the city’s historical sites, and the efficient vaccination program which was opened to all Filipinos.
Aside from this, Ramel said they are also trying to educate voters on the issues hounding Moreno’s rivals, former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and Vice President Leni Robredo.
“Our main goal is to give clarity that there is another choice here. Let us not limit our choice between the red and the yellow because there might be another better candidate,” he said.
SWITCH TO ISKO. Aksyon Demokratiko Chairman Ernest Ramel (right) and Alliance for Isko Movement president Fredie Go (left) urge Filipino voters to "switch" their votes to presidential candidate Manila Mayor Isko Moreno-Domagoso. (Chris Navarro)
April 20, 2022
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