Fico Gutierrez continues to conquer voters, advanced campaign in Boyaca including a an appearance at the Virgin of Chiquinquira as presidential candidate claims that the vote can only be won in the streets. More, Federico Gutierrez is only 32 days away from his first presidential election. He has promised to challenge Gustavo Petro (his main rival) to be the winner of the House of Narino quota.

Gutierrez got up on Saturday and set out to Boyaca, a traditional church district which Petro visited on Friday. The former Mayor of Medellin was now a candidate to the center-right. He visited Tunja and spoke with farmers, academics, peasants, and businessmen.

Fico’s main meeting was held in the Tunja Convention Center. There, met with many people who voted for Fico at the polls on May 29 in 2009.

Federico posted a Twitter clip with ruana along with hundreds colombians behind him as the candidate for Team for Colombia. Federico said that: “We’re Going to Win. We all, we Go for President to Transform and Unify Colombia.” The tweet was posted recorded while he filmed an audience that backed him without a break.

“Happy at Boyaca!” By bringing us closer, as the President of the people and achieving an orderly country filled with opportunities, a country that is where dreams come true,” he wrote.

The second-placed candidate in the polls, the”pointer,” made it to the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira. It is a place where many faithful and their followers travel from different parts of the country each weekend. The center-right leader kneeled before the Virgin and was surrounded by his faithful and followers waiting for the morning Eucharist.

“I asked the Virgin for wisdom. I asked him to aid me and all the families of Colombia to be humble and peaceful.” he replied.

In that place, the presidential candidate also captured his visit on video. Before he entered, he shook hands with a number of residents from the region who hugged him, and also wore the official clothes of the Colombian municipality.

Gutierrez was at the church carrying the customary Boyacan and Virgin of Chiquinquira Ruanas on his chest. was a sign of his spirituality, which he has displayed throughout his political campaign. You may recall that the Antioquian visited Jericho in Antioquia three weeks ago. Then, attended Mother Laura’s birthplace, the only Colombian saint recognized as a saint by Pope Francis.

In Chiquinquira, the candidate made use of the opportunity to meet the locals and make some announcements in the event that he arrives at the presidential palace. “Key issues in Chiquira include providing water to all citizens, the construction and maintaining roads (especially Ruta des Comuneros & the Ubate-Chiquinquira Section), and tourism to generate jobs and sustainable development.” Other issues were discussed by the head of the paisa.

Fico Gutierrez spoke about work. He said that Tunja is the second city with the highest rate of unemployment in the country, so in his government plan he seeks to generate “about 2 thousand new jobs, including the establishment of at least 300 new companies in Boyaca”.

But, he also stated that sustainable mobility must be generated within the department. He also agreed that it was important to prioritize the structure of the Strategic Public Transport System. Together, they said that they would work together to build routes and cycle tracks.

His most recent tweet was: “Peasants, farmers of Boyaca The Boyaca farmers: We will work to create more opportunities and income for you, and restore the dignity of our land.” Gutierrez will reach out to Colombians to let them know about his government plan and to try to make a difference in the forthcoming elections on May 29.