Sucre: “I am very proud to exercise the vote in this country”

Video courtesy of EV News
Text and photos: South Press

(Doral, 11-08-22) Early in the morning of this November 8, the day of the mid-term elections, Juan Manuel Sucre exercised his right to vote, who aspires to Councilor for seat 2 of the Council of the Mayor’s Office of Doral.

This is a summary of the words he expressed to the attending press, whose full message you can hear in the video courtesy of EV News.

“All those who have the right to vote in the United States do not stay at home. Today ends the democratic party that began with early voting and this November 8 is the opportunity to give your support to the elected authorities that will represent them”.

The process is very simple, but there are many questions that must be answered, so it is very important to be informed. This is a very important election because it is mid-term and senators, representatives, commissioners, and local authorities are elected, and there are amendments that are put to the scrutiny of the people.

In the name of God, I hope that today ends with a triumph, a victory, because we have managed to penetrate the electorate, since we have differentiated our campaign through proposals, and messages; where we have added the best wishes of the city of Doral listening to its neighbors.

Juan Manuel Sucre exercised his right to vote and aspires to Councilor for seat 2 of the Council of the Mayor’s Office of Doral.

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