Fico Gutierrez continues its victory with voters. Advanced campaign in Boyaca and a visit to Virgin of Chiquinquira

Federico Gutierrez, presidential candidate, says that the street is where votes are taken. Plus, he has just 32 days to go until the first presidential election, in which the candidate is expected to fight against Gustavo Petro for the House of Narino’s quota.

Gutierrez set out early Saturday morning for Boyaca. Boyaca was a religious area which Petro visited on Friday. The former mayor, who is running for center-right, made his way to Tunja where he met academics, businessmen and businessmen as with agricultural farmers and peasants.

Fico’s primary meeting was held in the Tunja Convention Center. There, he met with many people who voted for his candidacy on May 29 in 2009.

Federico and thousands of other colombians, shared along with hundreds of other colombians, posted a Twitter video in which he thanked Tunja citizens and said that he would win. The tweet also said: “We’re Going To Win We All, We Vote for the Presidency to Change and Unite Colombia.” The candidate for president captured a crowd of people supporting him without stopping.

“Happy at Boyaca!” He wrote: “Happy in Boyaca!”

The second poll pointer reached the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira on the route. The strategically placed spot is where a multitude of followers and loyalists from different parts of the country gather on weekends. While surrounded by the gaze of his followers, the leader of center-right kneeled down and offered himself to Mary.

“I asked Virgin to help me gain wisdom. said that he had requested his assistance to my family as well as for all families living in Colombia.

In this location, the presidential candidate also took a video recording of his visit. Prior to entering the region, he met many people who were able to hug the president. The presidential candidate also donned the uniform of the Colombian municipality.

Gutierrez was at the church carrying the customary Boyacan and Virgin of Chiquinquira Ruanas on his chest. This was a sign of his spirituality, which he has displayed throughout his political campaign. The Antioquian had visited Jericho (Antioquia) just three weeks earlier and had a gathering with Mother Laura, the sole Colombian saint who was recently made a saint by Pope Francis.

The candidate visited Chiquinquira to greet the citizens and to announce his arrival at the presidential palace. “Key Chiquira’s issues are: guaranteeing water for all citizens, the construction and maintenance of roads (especially Ruta des Comuneros & the Ubate-Chiquinquira Section) as well as tourism to create jobs and sustainable development.” Other concerns were also addressed by the head of the paisa.

Fico Gutierrez discussed 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 in Boyaca”.

However, he said that sustainable mobility should be a part of the department. He was of the opinion that it is crucial to prioritize the structure of the Strategic Public Transport System. Together, they stated that they will work together to build roads and cycle paths.

He also sent a message of support to the producers and farmers of potatoes. His most recent tweet read: “Peasants in Boyaca: We’ll work harder to create more income and opportunities for you and change the shape of the potato industry.” Gutierrez continues to reach to the Colombians. He will share his government plan with them and hope to make a mark in the next Sunday’s election.