Tatakbo ba? Speculations surround Governor Reynaldo Tamayo Jr.'s potential Senate run, brother John Paul eyeing gubernatorial race

Governor Tamayo currently serves as the president of the Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (PFP), President Marcos's political party. Additionally, he holds key positions such as President of the Governors League of the Philippines, Vice Chairman of the National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC), and Chairman of the Union of Local Authorities of the Philippines (ULAP).

Intriguing political developments are surfacing in South Cotabato as rumors circulate about the contemplation of John Paul Tamayo, the younger brother of Governor Reynaldo Tamayo Jr., to run for governor in the upcoming 2025 elections. Reports suggest a substantial 80-90% readiness on John Paul's part to enter the gubernatorial race.

John Paul's active involvement in various barangays within South Cotabato, particularly in recent months, has fueled speculations regarding his potential political venture. The heightened buzz surrounding John Paul's candidacy has sparked discussions about the incumbent Governor Jun Tamayo exploring a higher national position in the upcoming 2025 elections. Governor Tamayo, currently in his second term as provincial governor, retains eligibility to seek re-election for the same position.

It's noteworthy that Governor Tamayo declined President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr.'s offer for a cabinet role as the Secretary of the Department of Agriculture (DA).

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