Mayor Romualdez seeks re-election; son vies for vice mayoralty post

Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez and his son, Raymund Romualdez, have filed their certificates of candidacy today to run for the city's Mayoralty and Vice-mayoralty posts, respectively. PHOTO: Raymund Romualdez/Facebook

TACLOBAN CITY — Mayor Alfred S. Romualdez is seeking re-election and has filed his certificate of candidacy on Thursday afternoon, October 7, at the Tacloban City Convention Center's Commission on Elections office.

Along with him was his son, Raymund Romualdez, president of the Hiraya Foundation, who is running for vice mayor and has also filed his certificate of candidacy.

City Councilors Aimee Grafil, Brian Granados, Leo Bahin, and Dr. Elvira Casal, as well as other aspirants Edson Malaki, "Abet" Eviota, "Manix" Marta, Christopher Esperas, Marvin Modelo, and Tata Granados, were also present to file their candidacy under the Romualdez team.

Raymund appealed to the people of Tacloban to vote for him and his father in the upcoming 2022 elections in a social media post.

Today, we filed our Certificate of Candidacy as Vice Mayor for Tacloban City. Let this show my commitment to serve...

Posted by Raymund Romualdez on Thursday, October 7, 2021

Meanwhile, current Vice Mayor Jerry Sambo Yaokasin has also filed his certificate of candidacy to run for Mayor, and he is prepared to go head-to-head with the Romualdezes, particularly Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez. —Tacloban News Update/AJ Yes

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