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ISKO MORENO GETS ATE VI’S SUPPORT

Batangas Rep. Vilma Santos-Recto reiterated her support for Aksyon Demokratiko standard-bearer and Manila Mayor Isko Moreno, saying his “buhay at kabuhayan” (life and livelihood) platform of government will create jobs and fast-track the country’s economic recovery negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

In a statement posted on Moreno’s Facebook page, the “Star for all Seasons” said she continues to believe that the 47-year-old Moreno will make a difference in the lives of the more than 100 million Filipinos based on his accomplishments as Manila’s chief executive.

Last month, Sen. Ralph Recto, husband of the respected actress and political leader, formally proclaimed Moreno before 65,000 supporters in Lipa City as One Batangas’ official candidate for the national elections in May.

“We will support him. Mayor Isko is an inspiring and God-loving leader and we can see his drive to serve the Filipino people with a heart, hope, and action,” said the Batangas lawmaker.

“With what he did to Manila, especially during this pandemic, we saw his focus and sincerity as a leader. May the blessings of God be with him always,” she added.

Last month, Sen. Ralph Recto, husband of the respected actress and political leader, formally proclaimed Moreno before 65,000 supporters in Lipa City as One Batangas’ official candidate for the national elections in May.

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Recto, the head of the province’s dominant political party, promised to deliver votes for Moreno as he urged Batanguenos to back the Manila mayor as he is the most qualified person for the job.

“Kung pupwede sana, tulungan natin si Isko maging susunod na pangulo ng bansang Pilipinas. Kausapin natin ang ating mga kaibigan, kabarkada, kapitbahay, ikampanya natin para maging pangulo ng ating bansa. Ang may tunay na solusyon, mabilis umaksyon. Si Mayor Isko Moreno Domagoso,” Recto said.

Batangas is one of the country’s most vote-rich provinces, with some 1.8 million registered voters for this year’s polls.

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