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Erin Tañada: Family’s brand of politics will attract millennials

Nov 7, 2018 @ 16:00

Former Quezon 4th District Representative Erin Tañada said millennials will gravitate towards the Tañada brand of public service.

The Quezon politiko cited the achievements of his father and grandfather who were both former senators.

Tañada is running for senator in 2019.

Tañada’s grandfather, the late senator Lorenzo Tañada, was a key opposition figure during the Marcos regime, while his father, Wigberto Tañada, was one of the “Magnificent 12″ who voted against the continued stay of American bases in the country in 1991.

“I feel that, especially for the millennials, if a person takes a position, the millennials would want to see that person stick to that position and fight for that position,” he said.

“And I think the record of my grandfather, my father, and myself as a representative in the district, would show that,” Tañada added.

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