GUBERNATORIAL candidate Hernani Braganza of the Liberal Party has brushed off the results of a survey released two weeks before the elections indicating that his lone rival, re-electionist Gov. Amada Espino Jr. has an insurmountable lead over him.
BY-PASS DRIVE THROUGH–President Benigno Aquino III waves to the crowd as he led the ceremonial drive through for the inauguration of the improved Lingayen-Binmaley Bypass Road in Barangay Quibaol, Lingayen on May 2. With the President are Public Works and Highways Secretary Rogelio Singson, Alaminos City Mayor and Liberal Party (LP) gubernatorial bet Hernani Braganza, [...]
LINGAYEN—Barely a month since his last visit, President Benigno S. Aquino III returned to reiterate his vow to channel more funds to help Pangasinan, particularly in the development of the agriculture and tourism sectors. “Para sa agrikultura: nakumpleto na natin ang Macidem Small Reservoir Irrigation Project. May labindalawang proyektong pang-irigasyon din ang napapakinabangan na ngayon [...]
Focus on tourism WHEN the May 13 election is over and the political heat has simmered down, one of the priority programs that the elected governor of Pangasinan must pursue is tourism development.
FORMER President Fidel V. Ramos has endorsed the candidacy of his nephew, Alaminos Mayor Hernani Braganza, during a recent family gathering. “If Nani Braganza will be elected governor of Pangasinan, I am sure that foreign and domestic investors will take a second look at our province and pour in the much-needed investments to jumpstart the [...]
GUBERNATORIAL candidate Hernani Braganza came in fighting form, but he ended up enjoying a one-man show. His opponent, re-electionist Governor Amado Espino Jr. did not appear at the debate sponsored by the Commission on Elections (Comelec) with the Parish Pastoral Council on Responsible Voting (PPCRV) and aired live over Radyo Bombo last April 6.
GUBERNATORIAL candidate Hernani “Nani” Braganza claimed his team succeeded in “conquering” the second district of Pangasinan, a well-known bailiwick of reelectionist Governor Amado T. Espino Jr. Together with his running mate, Arturo Lomibao, they noted the hundreds of cheering townsfolk from the towns of Urbiztondo, Mangatarem and Bugallon responding to Braganza’s campaign dubbed “Lakbay Pangasinan, [...]
COVENANT SIGNING—Lingayen-Dagupan Archbishop Socrates Villegas witnesses the signing of the covenant for peace and cooperation by Vice Governor Jose Calimlim Jr. and Arturo Lomibao last March 25 inside the Metropolitan Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Dagupan City. The event was also participated in by some 30 other candidates but not the two gubernatorial bets in [...]
ALAMINOS CITY—Only in the Hundred Islands city. In a rare show of unity, three of the four candidates for mayors, along with their running mates and candidates for councilors belonging to different political parties forged an agreement to support the reelection bid of Governor Amado Espino Jr. The unity meeting held Friday afternoon at Vistas [...]
LINGAYEN—The war is now on Facebook. Re-electionist Gov. Amado Espino Jr. and his opponent Alaminos City Mayor Hernani Braganza have taken their political rivalry on the internet using their respective accounts on social media site Facebook. Espino recently posted in his account what he claims to be the attempts of his enemies to discredit him [...]keep looking »