De Venecia proclaimed, vows to continue advocacies

Congressman Toff needs no codigo. (Punchphoto by Willie Lomibao)

FOURTH District Rep. Christopher de Venecia was proclaimed May 9, Tuesday afternoon by the Provincial Board of Canvassers led by Provincial Elections Supervisor Ericson Oganiza.

Accompanied by his parents, former Speaker Jose de Venecia Jr. and his mother, former Congresswoman Gina de Venecia, the young De Venecia accepted his new mandate for a third and final term of office.

He again won convincingly against his lone opponent, former Dagupan City Vice Mayor Alvin Fernandez. De Venecia garnered 213,020 votes  representing 80 percent of all the votes cast in Dagupan City, Mangaldan, San Fabian, San Jacinto and Manaoag. Fernandez had only 53,162 votes.

De Venecia thanked the people who reposed their continued trust and confidence in him to  continue his advocacies in Congress, like education, health, tourism, the arts among others.

He vowed to implement programs in Buhay Kabuhayan, infrastructure, agriculture, community-based livelihood and in continuously pushing for arts, culture and creative industries in the fourth district of Pangasinan. (Leonardo Micua)

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