Vice Pres. Leni Robredo To Continue Advocacies Even If She’ll Lose 2022 Presidential Election
LENI ROBREDO – The Vice President and presidential aspirant for the Election 2022 revealed her plans if she will lose in the upcoming poll.
The May 2022 Election is fast approaching and there are ten (10) presidential candidates that remain on the official ballot for next year’s poll as recently confirmed by the Commission on Elections (Comelec). There was a quite high number of presidential aspirants for next year’s election but some candidacies were dismissed by the poll body after screening for possible nuisance candidates or those who really have no intention to run for the position.
One of the names that remain on the official ballot as revealed by Comelec is Vice President Leni Robredo. She is running as an independent candidate in the upcoming poll but has tapped Senator Kiko Pangilinan as her vice president. He is running under the Liberal Party.
Vice Pres. Robredo undeniably has a huge poll of supporters and volunteers who are doing different ways of campaigning her for the next election. Caravans were previously held and she was warmly welcomed in the cities she visited. There were feeding programs and as well as bike parades. Many households and business establishments also put a banner campaigning her outside their structure.
Currently, the Vice President is placing 2nd in surveys with former Senator Bongbong Marcos leading the race. He was also her fellow vice presidential candidate in the Election 2016. Then, based on a report on ABS-CBN News, Marcos placed 2nd in the December 2015 Pulse Asia survey while Robredo placed 4th.
Vice Pres. Leni Robredo considers her standing in surveys as better compared before and the support she gets from her volunteers also gives her hope. Meanwhile, if she will lose in the May 2022 Election for president, she already knows what to do.
According to the report, speaking at ANC “Rundown”, the Vice President is ready to go back to development work and alternative lawyering which was the life she’s living before her late husband, former Interior Secretary Jesse Robredo, died and before she entered politics.
Vice Pres. Robredo stressed that she will work closely with the margins and she will continue her advocacies but she will not only be empowering through legal education but she will be “heavily involved with education and governance”.
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