Presidential candidate Federico Gutierrez is clear that votes are gathered on the street. There are only 32 days to the opening round of the presidential race, and he's promising to take on Gustavo Petro, who is his primary rival, to win the House of Narino vote in the second round.
Gutierrez set out early Saturday morning for Boyaca. https://www.elcolombiano.com/colombia/dos-candidatos-antioquenos-lo... was a religious community which Petro went to on Friday. He was mayor for a time of Medellin, and is now a center-right candidate.
https://thebogotapost.com/fico-eyes-colombias-presidency-an-intervi... took place at the Tunja Convention Center. There, he met with many citizens who supported his candidacy on May 29 2009.
Federico posted a Twitter message that included ruana as well as hundreds of colombians who support the candidate for Team for Colombia. Federico thanked Tunja residents and stated that "we're going to win for all of us, we go for president to transform and unite Colombia." Federico then recorded a group of people supporting him and continued to rally.
"Happy at Boyaca!" He wrote: "Happy in Boyaca!"
The second pointer in the polls made it to the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira, which is a place where dozens of followers and faithful from different parts of the country gather each weekend. While surrounded by the gaze of his followers, the leader of center-right knelt and prayed to the Virgin.
"I sought the Virgin to grant me plenty of wisdom. He responded that he would pray for me and my family along with all Colombian families, to bring peace and be the most humble.
The presidential candidate was also recorded on video at the place. Prior to his entry the building, he was greeted by a number of people who were from the sector. They also offered him a hug and wore the uniform of the Colombian municipality.
Gutierrez arrived wearing the customary Boyacan red ruana, and the medal of the Virgin of Chiquinquira upon his chest. It is a sign of spirituality he has used during his campaign. Keep in mind that Antioquian was a Colombian saint, was in Jericho, Antioquia three weeks ago. He then gathered at the place where Mother Laura was born which was recently canonized and blessed by Pope Francis.
The candidate traveled to Chiquinquira to welcome the residents and to announce his visit to the presidential palace. "Key Chiquira's issues were: guaranteeing drinking water to all residents, the construction and maintenance of roads (especially Ruta De los Comuneros and Ubate Chiquinquira sections) and tourism as a source of employment.
Fico Gutierrez made a statement about the need for work. He mentioned that Tunja is second in the nation in terms of the unemployment rate. Accordingly, his government plan seeks the creation "about 22,000 jobs , and at least 300 new businesses in Boyaca".
He also stated that the department must promote sustainable mobility. He stated that structuring the Strategic Public Transport System was an important task. Together, he stated that he will continue to create roads and bike routes.
Gutierrez also sent a message to the producers of the field and potato "Peasants and the farmers of Boyaca We will work to make more opportunities and income for you and restore the land," reads his most recent tweet. For now, Gutierrez will continue to engage with the Colombian population, promoting his government plan and seeking to stand out during the next elections on Sunday, May 29.