IN PHOTOS: Leni-Kiko tour in vote-rich Cavite

Clad in pink, Caviteños warmly welcomed Vice President Leni Robredo, Senator Kiko Pangilinan, and some members of their senatorial slate in the vote-rich province.

Presidential aspirant Vice President Leni Robredo and her running mate Senator Kiko Pangilinan visited on Thursday vote-rich Cavite to meet their supporters and several local officials.

[A] Ngayong araw, nasa Cavite naman si Leni Robredo! Sa lahat ng Caviteño na sumalubong sa atin, Maraming salamat po!

Posted by VP Leni Robredo on Wednesday, November 24, 2021

The tandem was welcomed by their pink-clad supporters at stationary caravans on their way to a meet and greet event hosted by General Trias City Mayor Ony Ferrer and Cavite 6th District Representative Jon-Jon Ferrer IV.

[A] Sa General Trias City Park kanina, nakasama ni Leni Robredo ang mga miyembro ng Caviteños for Leni! Sa pagtitipong…

Posted by VP Leni Robredo on Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Robredo and Pangilinan then paid a courtesy call on Governor Jonvic Remulla at the provincial capitol in Trece Martires City where they likewise met with Carmona Mayor Roy Loyola.

Cavite is next to Cebu as the top vote-rich provinces in the country in 2019.

The two also went to the Imus Cathedral where they met with Bishop Rey Evangelista and led a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a bell house.

Photos courtesy of the Office of the Vice President

They afterwards dropped by at the Dasmariñas National High School where Robredo addressed a crowd of their supporters and entertained questions from representatives of different sectors.

Cavite 4th District Representative Elpidio Pidi Barzaga and his son Dasmariñas City councilor Kiko Barzaga joined the audience.

[A] "Ganoon po natin ire-rebuild ang ating bansa. Kailangan ang leadership, maging very inspiring, para po yung bawat…

Posted by VP Leni Robredo on Thursday, November 25, 2021

In Kawit, Robredo and Pangilinan inaugurated two donor-sponsored and volunteer-driven “Leni Lugaw” trucks as they served rice porridge to local residents.

Photos by Carlos Jimwell Aquino/ The Cavite Rising

Also present at the feeding program were some senatorial candidates under their lineup such as human rights lawyer Chel Diokno, labor leader Sonny Matula, and patriotic books author Alex Lacson. An impersonator of detained Senator Leila De Lima was also there.

Photos by Carlos Jimwell Aquino/ The Cavite Rising

In 2016, Robredo lost in Cavite to rival Ferdinand Marcos Jr. by more than 150,000 votes. Cavite is a known bailiwick of presidential aspirant and Senator Ping Lacson.

Thumbnail photo courtesy of VP Leni Robredo’s official Facebook page

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