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CAMPAIGN TRAIL: In final week, Robredo returns to LuzViMin ‘battleground areas’

CAMPAIGN TRAIL: In final week, Robredo returns to LuzViMin ‘battleground areas’

Vice President Leni Robredo campaigns in Basilan on Wednesday, March 16, the first presidential candidate to campaign in the southern province since 1992. Thousands attended the Sahaya Basileniyo: Basilan People’s Rally at the Isabela City Park for Robredo and Pangilinan. (VP Leni Media Bureau)

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Vice President Leni Robredo returns to “battleground” areas in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao to consolidate votes in the grueling final week of the campaign period.

Robredo is expected to visit several towns and cities in at least 15 provinces, where she has secured the endorsement of local kingpins and other allies. She won in most of these localities during the 2016 vice-presidential contest, where she defeated her rival, the late dictator’s Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., by a thin margin. 

Will Robredo manage to stage another come-from-behind victory in 2022 and thwart the return of the Marcoses to Malacañang? 

Bookmark and refresh this page to get updates on Robredo’s final push in the 2022 presidential campaign trail. – Rappler.com


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CAMPAIGN TRAIL: In final week, Robredo returns to LuzViMin ‘battleground areas’

Lanao del Norte mayor endorses Robredo

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ENDORSEMENT. Pantao Ragat Mayor Mohammad Daud Nabil Dimaporo Lantud, Vice Mayor Lacson Lantud, and former Mayor Eleanor Dimaporo Lantud raised Robredo’s hands during the rally as they endorsed her for president. Photo courtesy of VP Leni Media Bureau

Pantao Ragat Mayor Mohammad Daud Nabil Dimaporo Lantud endorsed Vice President Leni Robredo’s presidential bid when she visited the Lanao del Norte town for a sortie on Wednesday, May 4.

Lantud is running for reelection under Partido Federal ng Pilipinas – the party of Robredo’s biggest rival, former senator and dictator’s son Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.

“Today, we are officially endorsing our next President, Insh’Allah – Madam Leni Robredo. Makakaasa po kayo, na kami at ang buong mamamayan ng Pantao Ragat, kasama ang aming buong grupo sa lalawigan ng Lanao del Norte, Insha’Allah po, nasa inyo aming suporta,” Lantud said.

(You can expect us and our citizens in Pantao Ragat, with our entire group in the province of Lanao del Norte, God willing, our support is with you.)

Pantao Ragat Vice Mayor Lacson Lantud and former mayor Eleanor Dimaporo Lantud joined the mayor and the Vice President on stage.

Robredo said that Lanao del Norte was close to her heart as her office’s signature Angat Buhay program put up several projects to help the locals, such as coconut farmers and their livelihood.

She also asked supporters to support her running mate, Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan.

Ang pinapangako po namin sa inyo, pag ako po naging pangulo, pag si Senator Kiko naging vice president, pag ‘yung mga senador po natin, tinulungan natin, sisiguraduhin po namin na maasikaso po naming ‘yung mga pangangailangan niyo dito sa Lanao [del Norte], said Robredo.

(We promise, if I become president and Senator Kiko becomes vice president, and if you help our senatorial lineup, we will make sure to attend to your needs here in Lanao del Norte.)

WATCH: Leni Robredo’s speech at One Lanao del Sur grand rally in Pantao Ragat


Scenes at Robredo grand rally in Pantao Ragat, Lanao del Sur


Robredo supporters greet her on her way to Bacolod-Silay Airport

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Supporters of presidential candidate Leni Robredo waited for her along the road to the Bacolod-Silay Aiport on Wednesday morning, May 4.

Photos courtesy of VP Leni Media Bureau.