Quezon City declared last night, March 28, 2019, the candidates for the mayor, vice-mayor, congressional seats and councilors for the city districts.
The declaration was led by vice mayor Joy Belmonte who is a mayoral aspirant and councilor Gian Sotto who runs as the vice mayor under the Serbisyo sa Bayan Party (SBP).
SBP endorsed its officials, which introduced councilor Elizabeth Delarmente running for the congressional seat of District 1. This was followed by the party’s bet for the councilor positions who are re-electionists councilors Jun Ferrer, Mayen Juico, Ollie Belmonte, and Doray Delarmente; while TJ Calalay and Bernard Herrera is the first hopefuls of the party running as councilors.
The party also endorsed their congress seat-aspirants which are councilor Precious Hipolito running as a representative of District 2; former councilor Bong Suntay who are running as a representative of District 4; while Alfred Vargas is to District 5 and Kit Belmonte to District 6.
Belmonte, the SBP’s key personality, assured the voters of Quezon City her programs from the intensification of anti-drug operations, installation of more closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras in QC streets, to upgrading of the city’s document processing through technology and innovation, and improved delivery of basic services such as ensuring every sector in the city is covered by premiums including Social Security System (SSS) and PhilHealth.