- Cavite Vice Governor Jolo Revilla shared why he continues to believe in barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections
- On Instagram, Revilla uploaded a photo of him while voting
- He believes change begins from the barangay level
Cavite Vice Governor Jolo Revilla shared why he continues to believe in the barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections.
On Instagram, Revilla uploaded a photo of him while voting at Gov. P. F. Espiritu Elementary School. In the caption, he said he believes that change begins from the barangay level.
“As a former Barangay Chairman, I believe that everyone should participate in Barangay and SK Elections because change starts from barangay to national level,” he wrote.
In 2010, Revilla ran as Barangay Captain of Panapan VII in Bacoor, Cavite and was elected. Then he became the President of the Association of Barangay Captains in Cavite.
In 2013, he ran as vice governor with Governor Jonvic Remulla as his running mate. The two beat the rival tandem of Ronald Jay Lacson, son of Senator Panfilo Lacson, and 3rd District Representative Ayong Maliksi, respectively.
Revilla is the youngest vice governor elected in the history of the Philippines; surpassing the record made by former Senator Benigno Aquino, Jr. when he was elected to the same post in Tarlac in 1959.