Chiz Escudero posted something about political ads

Sorsogon Governor Chiz Escudero shared his thoughts on airing political ads on free TV as the election season has started.

Escudero is one of the senatorial aspirants who is running independently. He already served several terms as a Senator and had decided to run for Vice President but unfortunately, he did not win.

Chiz Escudero
Photo: Philippine Star

In 2019, he ran for governor in Sorsogon and he triumphantly got the position. His wife multi-hyphenate Heart Evangelista has been helping him in promoting the tourism industry in the said province.

The Kapuso star even featured the province in her new TV series I Left My Heart In Sorsogon.
When Escudero filed his certificate of candidacy, Heart showed her support and definitely this support will be there until the result of the elections comes out.

As the election season has started, political ads have been rampantly spreading using different platforms. It is a known fact that this kind of promotion has become useful in some points. Some aspirants opted to advertise in print media while there were those who are using the power of social media.

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📷: @escuderochiz IG

On the other hand, there were those who are using the mainstream media, which is more expensive than other platforms.

As a senatorial aspirant, Chiz Escudero also has to reach a wider scope of voters. He is not just aiming for a provincial office but a national position. However, in a recent Twitter post of the Sorsogon Governor, he hinted that he can’t have the same level of political ad airing on mainstream media. However, he is hopeful that what is really meant to be will happen eventually.

Been seeing a lot of “political ads…” on free tv….SANA ALL… 🙁 But God is good and fair and just…. things will fall into place accorsing to His will…” he wrote.

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