BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN
Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson rallied Negrenses to go out and vote today, as he also expects them to respect the results of May 9 elections.
Lacson said that the people of Negros Occidental should not waste their right to choose the next leaders for the country, for the province, and for their respective towns or cities.
Lacson, who is supporting the presidential bid of Vice President Leni Robredo, and Vice Gov. Jeffrey Ferrer, a supporter of presidential candidate Ferdinand Marcos Jr. will vote separately today.
The reelectionist governor will cast his vote at the Guadalope Elementary School in San Carlos City, while Ferrer will vote in Brgy. Ma-ao, Bago City.
Twenty eight of 31 mayors in Negros Occidental also aired their support to the BBM (BongBong Marcos)-Sara Duterte tandem, while Robredo has the support of three mayors and a congressman.
Robredo trails behind Marcos in the presidential surveys.
However, Lacson said that “the final survey is on election day.”*