Friday, October 9, 2015

Macanlalay, VM, Dads ticket for Calasiao’s poll complete

By  Mortz C. Ortigoza

CALASIAO –This town’s mayoralty aspirant Roy Macanlalay said that his ticket for the vice mayorship and the legislative posts have already been completed as they prepared to file their candidacy at the Commission on Election on October 12 to 16.

Vice Mayor Macanlalay citedthat his tandem for the vice mayoralty will be Poblacion West Barangay Chairman Narciso F. Chuson, Jr.

CHUCKLE. Calasiao, Pangasinan mayoralty aspirant Roy Macanlalay (red shirt) chuckled as national singer and TV comedian Mitoy Yonting, a town resident, cracks a joke.Vice Mayor Macanlalay is joined at the meeting by son Mayor Mark Roy Macanlalay and members of the town council.

Earlier, this first class and burgeoning town 's Councilors Dennis T.  Torio and Manny D. Datuin and Bued Barangay Chairman Allan Roy Q. Macanlalay have been rumored to be eyed by Macanlalay to be part of his tandem.

Macanlalay used to be a nine-year mayor here. His son Mark Roy replaced him for the mayoralty in 2010 while he slides to the vice mayoralty.

We had consensus meeting with the party. The members chose Chuson as my tandem,” he stressed.

Macanlalay said that re-elective Councilors Torio, Datuin , Reynaldo C. Chuson, Marc Jerome S. Gabrillo and Sanggunian Bayan’s councillorship aspirants Barangay Guisban Councilor Gerald Aficial  and a certan Navarro, the son of media man Gerry Navarro, of Brgy. Doyong here  would be part of the ticket.

Macanlalay and Chuson are seen to duke out with Councilor Joseph Arman C. Bauzon and former Vice Mayor Ferdinand Galang.

Bauzon is the son of Ambonao Barangay Chairman Armando Bauzon. The older Bauzon is the first cousin of Vice Mayor Macanlalay.

The Bauzons are supporting the candidacies of Pangasinan gubernatorial and vice gubernatorial aspirants Amado T. Espino III and re-elective Vice Governor Ferdinand Calimlim.

Mayor Macanlalay runs as the vice governorship tandem of former Congressman Mark Cojuangco (5th District, Pangasinan) who challenges Espino - the son and namesake of the outgoing Governor Amado T. Espino, Jr.

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