• Bongbong gets Ynares family’s support


    THE candidacy of Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. got another boost on Monday with the endorsement of the influential Ynares family of Rizal province and other incumbent local officials.

    Gov. Rebecca Ynares, former governor Casimiro Ynares, Jr., Vice Governor Frisco San Juan, Jr., Antipolo City Mayor Casimiro “Jun” Ynares 3rd, Antipolo 2nd District Rep. Romeo Acop, Antipolo 1st District Rep. Roberto “Robie” Puno and former Antipolo Mayor Angelito Gatlabayan declared their support to the vice presidential bid of Marcos and his call for national unity during the flag-raising ceremony at the Rizal provincial capitol in Antipolo City.

    San Juan said Rizal province will forever be a “Marcos country.”

    He noted that the Marcos family has done a lot to usher the province’s progress especially during the term of Bongbong’s father and namesake, former President Ferdinand Marcos.
    Marcos thanked the political leaders of Rizal, as well as the employees of the provincial capitol and promised that more livelihood assistance will be extended to the province if he wins.

    Before visiting the provincial capitol, Marcos took part in the flag-raising rites at the Antipolo City hall, where he was the guest speaker. He also visited other Rizal towns such as Teresa, Morong, Tanay, Baras and Pililia and Jalajala.

    Marcos said he is pushing his advocacy for unity because it is crucial in addressing the problems besetting the country.

    Marcos earlier secured the endorsements of former Ilocos Sur governor Luis “Chavit” Singson, incumbent Pangasinan governor Amado Espino Jr. and gubernatorial aspirant Mark Cojuangco, incumbent San Fernando City, La Union Mayor Pablo Ortega and gubernatorial aspirant Mario Ortega, and Cavite Vice Governor Jolo Revilla, son of detained Senator. Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr. He also secured the endorsements of San Juan City Mayor Guia Gomez, Mandaluyong City Mayor Benhur Abalos, and the Eusebo family in Pasig City.


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    1. Jeffery Ordias on

      I am sorry that I can not VOTE for the election in the Philippines for I am a Non Filipino.
      However I LOVE your Country and I am waiting for a change. Over the thirty some years after the so-called Marcos Regime, the country of the Philippines fall from a Progressing Country that was above Japan in the 60’s and 70′ until it hit bottom in economic depriving and poverty sicking country. I believe the leaders of the Past could have done better.
      Every election was talk of Freedom and opportunities for all Filipinos, but reality there is none created for your own people. In the recent years, there were more exodus of Filipinos in these last 30 years than ever before. Politicians please ask yourselves “WHY?” One of the reasons are obvious. No Strong Leader with a Vision!!
      It is said that “Freedom only belongs to people who are Responsible,” and in our society, we put away people who are not responsible in the society, such as Criminals, Drug Dealers, and people who steal,rape and Scammers alike. Many more. Did you know that on CNN a couple years ago did a survey that 1/8 of the people in the Philippines will try some kind of drugs before they are 20 years old. That is a lack of Responsibility of a Society and Leadership. What happened to Philippines?!When are the True Filipinos going to wake up?
      Just as any sports or trying to get a higher education, we need to work hard, and if we want to be the Best, then we have to work the HARDEST of all people. I think YOU LEADERS owe it to your people.
      Your Beautiful Country needs strong leadership who can see the BIGGER PICTURE and lead its people by HARD WORK and Discipline. Singapore is a Great Example. Philippines with its many resource and Hard Work can surpass every nation in Asean. It has this potential. For this Critical Times we need to select someone out of the ordinary.
      My Champion for you is B. F. Marcos.
      Don’t you agree?!!