Fico Gutierrez continues his victory over the voters. He has stepped up his campaign in Boyaca and also paid a visit to the Virgin de Chiquinquira has proven that votes are gotten on the streets. And more, less than 32 days prior to the first presidential round , in which he has promised to play a major role and compete with Gustavo Petro, his main opponent, for the quota of the House of Narino in an likely second round.

Gutierrez got up early Saturday early to head to Boyaca. Boyaca is a sacred area of the church that Petro visited on Friday. He was mayor for a time of Medellin and is now running for the center-right position.

The main Fico’s meeting took place at the Tunja Convention Center. There Fico met with a large group of people who voted for him at the polls on May 29, 2009.

Federico shared ruana, and hundreds of Colombians behind his choice for Team for Colombia. Federico also uploaded an Twitter video where he thanked the people of Tunja. said: “We are Going to Win, we all, go for presidency to change and unite Colombia.” While recording of those who are in his support, he did not stop.

“Happy in Boyaca! By bringing us closer, as the President of the people and achieving a country in order and with possibilities; a nation that is where dreams come true,” he wrote.

The second pointer on the ballot was one who walked into the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira. It is a strategic spot where hundreds of faithful followers gather every weekend. The leader of the center-right kneeled and gave his life to the Virgin in the midst of the gaze of his followers as well as the faithful waiting for the early morning Eucharist.

“I sought the Virgin to help me gain wisdom. I asked her to help me and the entire families in Colombia for peace and humility.” He responded.

In the same location, the presidential candidate recorded his visit on video. He met several residents of the region prior to his entry and was hugged by them.

Gutierrez was seen arriving at the religious temple with the traditional Boyacan ruana and the medal of the Virgin of Chiquinquira on his chest. It was a symbol of devotion to God that he’s displayed throughout his campaign. Keep in mind that Antioquian was an Colombian saint, traveled to Jericho, Antioquia three weeks ago. Then, gathered in the birthplace of Mother Laura, which was recently canonized and blessed by Pope Francis.

In Chiquinquira the presidential candidate took the occasion to welcome the people and made some announcements about his plans to build the presidential palace. “Key issues facing Chiquinquira is the provision of drinking water to all its people, construction and maintenance of roads (especially the Ruta de los Comuneros as well as Chiquinquira’s Ubate section) and tourism that will create employment and sustainable growth.” Mining and employment were also major concerns addressed by the paisa chief.

Fico Gutierrez spoke about his working. He stated that Tunja is the second-highest unemployment rate in the nation. The plan of his government aims to create “about 21,000 jobs and at minimum 300 new enterprises for Boyaca”.

On the other hand the minister also said that sustainable mobility must be developed within the department. He also affirmed his belief that the Strategic Public Transport System’s structure must be a priority in pursuit of these goals. Together, they indicated that they would work together to construct roads and cycle routes.

He also sent a message of support to the producers and farmers of potatoes. His latest tweet read: “Peasants in Boyaca: We’ll do our best to increase income and more opportunities for you, and to reshape the potato industry.” Gutierrez will continue to reach out to Colombians, revealing his plan for government, and hoping to be a strong candidate in the next Sunday’s elections.