Ruling Party Sees Win for Its 6 Senatoriables

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Ruling Party Sees Win for Its 6 Senatoriables


Lakas-Kampi-CMD officials Thursday expressed optimism that their entire six senatorial candidates for this year’s May 10 elections will make it to the Senate with the unwavering support of an overwhelming number of incumbent local government executives identified with the administration party and the vast political machinery resources their group can mobilize.Secretary Prospero “Butch” Pichay, Jr., presidential adviser on political affairs and concurrent campaign manager for the administration Senate ticket, also said the lean, mean senatorial ticket of Lakas also possess the best of the candidates based on the luminous track record on public service.“The administration party is the only political entity with complete political infrastructure down to the grassroots level. Lakas-Kampi-CMD will pour all its resources so that the administration wins a comfortable majority in both houses of Congress, and to do that, we will concentrate a lot of political resources on getting our six candidates to the Senate,” said Pichay.Pichay pointed out that with Senators Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr. and Lito Lapid, both former actors, are topping the surveys on “senatoriables” that they will only need to push a little more for their four other bets – former justice secretary Silvestre “Bebot” Bello III, Lakas Kampi CMD deputy secretary Raul Lambino, broadcaster Rey Langit and Binalonan Mayor Ramon Guico, who is also president of the League of Municipalities of the Philippines. …

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