Tama na, sobra na! General Mariano Alvarez Vice Mayor Angie Paycana slams vandalism of her poster
General Mariano Alvarez Vice Mayor Angie Paycana is saddened over the vandalism of her campaign posters, which has been happening frequently.
Paycana shared a photo of the defaced campaign material on Facebook and said this has been happening even if the poster was placed on private property.
She would have wanted to keep silent about this, but it is already too much, she said.
She issued a reminder that the elections would be decided by the people, not by tarpaulins.
She also said her rivals have been spreading hate about her in a Facebook page, but she has chosen to answer allegations in the proper venues, which are the caucuses and sorties.
She wants to do the right thing, but she could not help but be saddened by other camps’ tactics, she said.
Tama na, sobra na!
“Ang dami ng ganito…
Nasa private property at maayos ang lokasyon. Ngayong umaga ganito na.
Brgy. Poblacion 5 halos tapat na po ito ng 711 sa Memije.
Ayaw ko na sanang mag react sa patuloy na pagsira ng aming mga campaign materials pero mukhang sobra na
Isang araw lang ang election. Tao ang magdedesisyon hindi ang mga punit na tarpaulin.
Araw-araw puro mapanirang FB post sa isang FB page, (managed by known political adversaries this election) di po ako kumikibo o gumaganti ng post. Sumasagot po tayo sa tamang venue (campaign caucuses and sorties).
Nananatiling matatag sa bawat hamon, pero sadyang dumadating sa puntong nakakalungkot na.
Yung isa ay sa isang private property sa backdoor,” Paycana posted.
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