Fico Gutierrez continues winning voters. Campaign in advance in Boyaca included a visit to Virgin of Chiquinquira

Federico Gutierrez as presidential candidate claims that the vote can only be won on the street. Further, Federico Gutierrez stands less than 32-days from the first presidential vote. He has promised to challenge Gustavo Petro (his main rival) for the House of Narino quota.

Gutierrez got up early Saturday morning to go to Boyaca. Boyaca is a holy place which Petro visited on Friday. Formerly, the mayor of Medellin and now a candidate for center-right was in Tunja and spoke with businessmen, academics as well as agricultural producers, peasants and others.

The main Fico’s meeting took place in the Tunja Convention Center. There Fico met with many citizens who backed Fico at the polls on May 29, 2009.

Federico posted his Twitter message featuring ruana along with hundreds more colombians supporting the candidate for the Team for Colombia. Federico expressed his gratitude to Tunja residents and declared that “we’re going to be winners everyone of us. We’ll run for the presidency to change and unite Colombia.” Federico then recorded a bunch of supporters for him and continued to rally.

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

The second person to be a pointer in the polls was the one who reached the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira. It is a place where hundreds of faithful and followers gather every weekend. There, the centr-right’s leader knelt and gave his life to the Virgin Mary in the in the midst of his followers and the faithful who were waiting for the early Eucharist.

“I asked for wisdom from the Virgin. He replied that I had requested his help for my family, to bring peace and also for the most humble.

In the same location, the presidential candidate also recorded the visit in video. He met several residents of the area prior to entering and was welcomed by them.

Gutierrez was at the religious temple wearing the traditional Boyacan Ruana as well as the Medal of the Virgin de Chiquinquira on the chest. This act of faith was something he has been performing throughout his campaign. Recall that three weeks ago the Antioquian traveled to Jericho, Antioquia, and gathered at the birthplace of Mother Laura, the only Colombian saint recently canonized by Pope Francis.

In Chiquinquira the candidate used to greet Chiquinquira’s residents and make announcements about his plans to build the presidential palace. “Key concerns for Chiquinquira include ensuring drinking water for all its inhabitants, the construction and maintenance of roads (especially the Ruta de los Comuneros section) and the Ubate-Chiquinquira section) and tourism to generate employment and sustainable development.” Mining and employment were also major concerns addressed by the paisa chief.

Fico Gutierrez spoke about his the job market. said Tunja has the second highest unemployment rate in the country. of his government aims to create “about 21,000 jobs , and at minimum 300 new companies for Boyaca”.

He also stated that sustainable mobility needs to be developed within the department. He said that establishing the Strategic Public Transport System was the top priority. Together, he stated that he would continue to construct roads and bicycle routes.

His most recent tweet read: “Peasants, farmers of Boyaca The Boyaca farmers: We will work hard to generate more opportunities and income for you, and restore the dignity of our field.” Gutierrez will be reaching out to Colombians to inform them of the government’s plan and attempt to change the course during the upcoming elections scheduled for May 29.