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Duallo files COC for Buenavista, Bohol mayoral race  

By: - Correspondent / @leoudtohanINQ
/ 07:46 PM October 12, 2018

Mayor Dave Duallo of Buenavista town in Bohol and his running mate, Councilor Ma. Christine Torregosa lead their slate in filing their certificates of candidacy on Thursday at the Commission on Elections (Comelec) office in Buenavista under the Nationalist People’s Coalition./Contributed

TAGBILARAN CITY, Bohol- Buenavista Mayor Dave Duallo and his slate filed their certificates of candidacy (COC) on Thursday at the Commission on Elections (Comelec) office in Buenavista town.

Duallo seeks the mayoral post with Councilor Ma. Christine Torregosa as his running mate under the banner of the Nationalist People’s Coalition.

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Duallo was elected vice mayor in 2016 polls but had to take over as mayor after Mayor Ronald Lowell “Sample” Tirol was killed inside the cockpit arena last May 27.

Completing their slate were candidates for councilors – Elsa Tirol, Rena Erojo, Romeo Aparece, Martin Nuñez , Jr., Rene Mero, Alice Lopez, Junel Torregosa and Nena Melecio.

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Duallo told the Inquirer that his slate attended Mass first at the Santo Rosario Parish Church before going to the local office of the Commission on Elections to file their certificates of candidacy past 10 a.m.

They were accompanied by their family members and supporters.

“We are united leaders for a united people of Buenavista for a lasting peace, prosperity and development of the municipality,” said Duallo.

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