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Laguna Gov Hernandez, lawmaker wife endorse Sara Duterte

Mar 24, 2022 @ 14:55

By Billy Begas

Laguna Governor Ramil Hernandez and his wife second-district Rep. Ruth Hernandez on Thursday endorsed the vice presidential bid of Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte.

The endorsement was made during Duterte’s meet-and-greet with barangay volunteer workers, barangay nutrition scholars, and members of the Serbisyong Tama Kababaihan at the Laguna Sports Comelec in Sta. Cruz town.

Hernandez said Duterte is not an ordinary mayor and was able to exceed what her father President Rodrigo Duterte has achieved for Davao City.

“Siya po ay hindi pangkaraniwang Mayor lamang dahil siya po ang outstanding mayor of the Philippines…sapagkat siya lamang ang katangi-tanging mayor sa buong Pilipinas na nakakuha ng 93 percent job approval rating, nalampasan niya pa yung record ng kanyang ama nung mayor na 86 percent,” Hernandez said.

The governor expressed his confidence that Duterte could be trusted with bigger challenges and responsibilities at the national level.

Hernandez urged his constituents to vote for Duterte.

“Kung mapansin ninyo, ang dami na nating nakaraang gatherings dito sa Laguna, pero wala pa kong ini-invite na mga kandidato sa national government…obviously ‘di ako mag-i-invite kung itong ating bisita ay hindi malapit sa aking puso na gusto ko suportahan at ipakita na dito sa Laguna, kaya natin siyang ipanalo,” he added.

Duterte thanked Hernandez and his wife for the warm welcome that she received during her visit.

Meanwhile, in an ambush interview, Duterte said the UniTeam would change its campaign strategy starting next month.

“Sa side po ng team namin. Mayroon pong desisyon na mag-change po ng strategy ng pangangampanya pagdating po ng April. So ito po yung third phase na ng aming pangangampanya. It will be equal parts, online campaigning and face-to-face,” Duterte said.

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