PAC candidate is confident he will “steal” votes from Fabricio Alvarado
Citizen Action Party candidate Carlos Alvarado says he is optimistic about the support he can achieve in Limón, Guanacaste and Puntarenas, provinces that were won by Fabricio Alvarado on February 4th.
The official candidate appeared in a technical tie with the National Restoration in the survey conducted by the CIEP of the University of Costa Rica.
For Alvarado, achieving support in these these provinces will be essential for a victory on April 1st. He affirms that concrete and real proposals must be generated so that people trust in his project.
We have areas to strengthen in Limón, Guanacaste and Puntarenas. You have to give concrete proposals in employment, get them with realistic things that a government can transform to improve their reality,”
said the candidate this afternoon.
Alvarado achieved good results in San José, Cartago, Heredia and several cantons of Alajuela. He also wants the coasts, despite the overwhelming support that National Restoration had in those areas.
The PAC will resume the tours of the national territory this weekend. It will begin on Friday in Heredia and continue on Saturday in Pérez Zeledón.
Carlos Alvarado intends to travel throughout the country, just as he did prior to the elections on February 4th, in order to gain the support of other parties towards his tendency, as well as those undecided.