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PDP appoints presidential delegates in four towns

By The Star Staff

Popular Democratic Party (PDP) Secretary General Gerardo “Toñito” Cruz announced Monday the appointment of presidential delegates to promote and assist in the reorganization processes in the towns of Mayagüez, Ponce, San Germán and Trujillo Alto.

Cruz said “the electoral reorganization of the PDP is a priority for the president of the party.”

“We believe that strengthening our political structures in the municipalities is fundamental to the success and development of the PDP,” he said. “These presidential delegates will work tirelessly with our mayors, municipal presidents and local leadership to ensure our communities move toward a prosperous and united future.”

The official said that for Mayagüez, Rep. Joel Sánchez was appointed, while Hormigueros Mayor Pedro García will be the presidential delegate in San Germán. In Ponce, former judge Rafael Flores was appointed, while in Trujillo Alto the delegate is former electoral commissioner Guillermo San Antonio Acha. All will report to the secretary general to coordinate work and render plans.

“We are working tirelessly to ensure the execution and achievement of reorganization plans across the island,” Cruz said. “The president spoke with the mayors of Ponce and Trujillo Alto to inform them of his decision. Both have expressed their willingness to work hand in hand on the important reorganization work.”

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