By: Ko Lin, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
With just nine days to Taiwan’s general elections, Democratic Progressive
Party vice presidential candidate Chen Chien-jen made swept through the streets of Taipei with its massive motorcade in the morning to campaign for more votes, reports said Thursday.
DPP Taipei Chapter chairman Huang Cheng-kuo pointed out that the party aims to secure at least two legislative seats in Taipei, “but hopes to grab three or four,” he added.
Chen’s motorcade was joined by DPP legislative candidates Pasuya Yao and Rosalia Wu, including independent candidates Lee Ching-yuan, Billy Pan, and New Party Power candidate Freddy Lim.
Prior to setting off in the morning campaign, Chen told reporters that he is calling on voters can show their support for the DPP by casting “1” in the ballot box for party support, and “2” for presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen. [FULL STORY]