- Vic Sotto, the father of Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto, arrived at the Comelec office in Pasig in order to give support to his son
- Mayor Vico filed his Certificate of Candidacy today, the first day of filing for all candidates
- The young mayor would be seeking reelection as Pasig Mayor
- Calls for Vico to seek a national position have circulated but the young mayor has not yet reached the age requirement to seek a higher office
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Vic Sotto showed that he is a supportive father. He personally went to the Comelec office, to support his son Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto, as the latter files his Certificate of Candidacy for Pasig Mayor.
Vico is seeking his second term as Pasig Mayor and will seek his reelection in Halalan 2022!
The Pasig Mayor has captured the hearts of many as he was among those who actively led the COVID response in Pasig City.
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The city was also among those that ensured that its health workers and frontliners were given ample assistance at the height of the pandemic.
Vico Sotto is the current mayor of Pasig City. He has become famous for being a hard-working, innovative, and honest politician. The young politician is the son of former couple Vic Sotto and Coney Reyes.
Mayor Vico Sotto just turned 32 years old on Thursday, June 17, 2021 - His mother, Coney Reyes, then took to social media to share an adorable birthday greeting for her son. In an Instagram post, the veteran actress posted a charming childhood photo of the Pasig City mayor. She likewise penned in the caption her short but sweet message to the beloved politician.
Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto made some clarifications on his 2020 statement that made rounds on social media recently. A Facebook post claimed that his statement from a past interview was his thoughts on the possible presidential bid of Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte, The Pasig City chief then took to social media to debunk the viral Facebook post. He said he was misquoted and he also clarified that his remark is not related to presidential elections.