JV Estrada answers all

UNA Senatorial candidate JV Estrada has consistently been in the top choices for the senatorial polls, reaching as high as #3 in the March 2013 Social Weather Stations survey. In the latest Pulse Asia survey, conducted April 20-22, 2013, Estrada was in the 5-11 ranking.

It’s because he is not one to shy away from interviews. Cong. JV Ejercito Estrada has answered most every kind of question in the run up to the Senate elections in May. From naughty [What age did you lose your virginity?, The Bottomline with Boy Abunda, Feb 9, 2013] to nice [What is your biggest accomplishment as San Juan Mayor and how would you translate this into legislation?], Estrada has shown to one and all that he not only has the track record to back up his Senate bid, but also the gift of gab that will liven up the august Senate halls.

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Netizen JV Estrada is one of the voters’ choices

May 13 election is near and I’m sure a lot of us have their list of candidates already. Campaign jingles dominate my TV, heck, I got LSS in some of them. On campaign jingle na nakaka-LSS is the one from JV Estrada, to the tune of “Call Me Maybe”. Catchy, right? He surely knows how to capture the interests of the youth, just like being an active netizen.

JV Estrada knows the importance of social media nowadays that’s why he is using his social network presence as a means of connecting with his constituents, and staying in touch with the pulse of the citizenry, especially the youth. He said being an active netizen enables him to be up to date with the latest trends and other developments concerning young people.

“Youth development is one of my advocacies as a public servant. So being able to interact with students on a daily basis through Twitter and Facebook allows me to identify their needs and help them” – JV Estrada

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