Sunday, October 7, 2012

Romero downplays his non-inclusion in NPC

Provincial Board bet Herminio Romero
MANGALDAN – The mayor of this burgeoning town pooh-poohs his non-inclusion in the Nationalist People’s Coalition under the leadership of reelectionist governor Amado T. Espino of Pangasinan. Outgoing Mayor Herminio Romero said he did not find it a problem since he can piggy-back at the campaign rallies of reelectionist congresswoman Gina de Venecia, the most popular figure in the 4th District, when she barnstorms the one city and four-town strong district.
Romero, a loyal stalwart of former Speaker Jose de Venecia, runs under the United Nationalist Alliance. Romero exhorts the thousands of supporters of the “Three Kings” of UNA who are Vice President Jejomar Binay, Senator Juan Ponce Enrile, and former president Joseph Estrada to rally behind him in his quest for a better 4th District. Romero says that based on the record of the Commission on Election in Pangasinan, he is the lone UNA’s candidate in the August Chamber versus seven rivals. They are Mojamito R.Libunao (NPC), Liberato Villegas, Andres Abalos (Independent), and Myrna C.Torralba (Ind.) from San Fabian, Eleuterio Sison (NPC) and Gerald Tabadero (Liberal Party) from Manaoag and Romero (UNA) from Mangaldan. Mangaldan is the biggest voting towns among the four municipalities. Meanwhile, another candidate for the Sangguniang Panlalawigan bares his programs incase he wins the May 13, 2013 election (Mortz C. Ortigoza).

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