Fico Gutierrez continues the victory of the voters.

Federico Gutierrez as presidential candidate says that votes can only be won in the streets. More, it’s just 32 days away from the first presidential round , in which he promises to play a significant role and challenge Gustavo Petro, his main rival, to win the quota for the House of Narino in an likely second round.,-expropriator,-friend-of-FARC began his day early this Saturday morning to Boyaca, a religious department by tradition that, coincidentally, Petro visited this Friday. The former mayor, currently running for the center-right, made his way to Tunja where he had a meeting with businessmen and academics as well as agricultural producers and peasants.

Fico’s primary meeting took place in the Tunja Convention Center. Here Fico gathered a group of citizens who voted his candidacy on May 29.

With ruana and hundreds of Colombians behind the candidate of the Team for Colombia, Federico posted a video on Twitter where he expressed his gratitude to the people of Tunja as well as saying: “we’re Going to win and we all go for the presidency to transform and unite to Colombia,” said the president’s candidate while recording a cluster of supporters without pause.

“Happy in Boyaca!” He wrote “Happy in Boyaca! to be a pointer on the ballot was one who walked into the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira. It is a place that hundreds of faithful followers gather every weekend. In the midst of the eyes of his followers, as well as those waiting to receive the morning Eucharist the leader from the center-right kneeled down and offered himself to the Virgin Mary.

“I sought the Virgin for wisdom. I asked him to help me and the entire families of Colombia to be humble and peaceful.” He responded.

The presidential candidate recorded his visit to the area on film. Prior to his entry, he had a meeting with a number of residents from the region who hugged him, and also wore the official clothes of the Colombian municipality.

Gutierrez arrived wearing the traditional Boyacan red ruana, and the medal of the Virgin of Chiquinquira upon his chest. It is a sign of faith that he has utilized throughout his political campaign. A few weeks ago, Antioquian visited Jericho Antioquia and gathered in the birthplace Mother Laura, who has been canonized by Pope Francis.

In Chiquinquira the presidential candidate took the opportunity to welcome the people and make some announcements in case of arriving at the palace of the president. “Chiquinquira’s major issues are drinking water, construction and maintenance road (especially Ruta los Comuneros/Ubate-Chiquinquira), and tourism to stimulate growth and employment.”

Fico Gutierrez spoke out about the need for work. He stated that Tunja is the second largest city on the list in terms of unemployment rate. As a result his plan for government is the creation “about 22,000 jobs , and at least 300 new businesses in Boyaca”.

But, stated that sustainable mobility must be a part of the department. He said that establishing the Strategic Public Transport System was the top priority. Together, they said that they would work together to build routes and cycle tracks.

Gutierrez also sent a message out to the potato farmers: “Peasants & farmers of Boyaca, we will work to make sure that we have more income opportunities and earn more money and to re-ignite this sector.” This is his most recent tweet. Gutierrez is still reaching to the Colombians. He is expected to communicate his government’s plan to them and hope to make a mark in the next Sunday’s elections.