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Mariel Rodriguez, Liezl Sicangco, Kylie Padilla take pride in Robin Padilla’s nearing victory for a senate seat

Via Instagram, the three women in Robin’s life expressed their support for his impending senatorial seat in the 2022 elections.

On May 10, Mariel Rodriguez, Liezl Sicangco, and Kylie Padilla expressed their pride in the prospect of victory of actor-turned-politician, Robin Padilla. 

Via Instagram, the three women in Robin’s life expressed their support for his impending senatorial seat in the 2022 elections.



Rodriguez expressed her gratitude to all the people who voted for Robin.

 

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Sicangco, the action star’s ex-wife, congratulated her former husband on his most probable electoral win.

 

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Kylie penned her support to Robin, “I approached this like you were not my dad. I did my homework. I did my research. I did not want to be biased. I watched all the interviews and inintindi ko lahat ng sinabi mo. And all I can say is I cannot wait for you to make your dreams a reality. I support you with all my heart. You have always been passionate about helping people, and now you are in a position where you can make a bigger impact. I’m so happy and proud of you.”

Kylie also attested how much Robin loved his country through the actor’s actions before he decided to run for office.

“Parte ng pagkatao nyang tumulong. He has always been selfless pag dating sa mga taong nangangailangan. If there is one thing I can attest to, my father did not need to become senator to help make change happen. He was already doing that before all of this.”

 

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Robin Padilla filed his certificate of candidacy in October 2021 and ran under Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos Jr.-Sara Duterte-Carpio’s UniTeam and PDP-partylist. 



Currently, Padilla leads the partial unofficial count of ballots for the Senator post in the 2022 elections with over 26 million votes.

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