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Senate candidate for UPyD Murcia, Juan Daniel Mateo, will begin the campaign in Cartagena with putting up posters in the Artillery (03/12/2015)

"This morning the UPyD not only will stick election posters throughout the Spanish geography, but that they also intend to raise the voice of resistance, the voice of those who refuse to give up the true democratic regeneration need Spain" comments magenta candidate to the Senate, Juan Daniel Mateo.

This morning UPyD will kick off his election campaign in the port city with the traditional putting up election posters.

In the case of magenta party, the place assigned by the Electoral Area for this general election has been facing the Plaza General López Pinto or Artillery, as the place is known more popularly.

Members, supporters and friends magenta party tonight have been cited in the assigned place at 23:40 h.

to show their support for the Cartagena UPyD candidate for these elections.

Juan Daniel Mateo, 31 years old, married with one child, is a teacher of English and frequently collaborates with tourism enterprises in Cartagena to meet the huge demand for English-speaking tour guides who for years is already pointing the city with the exponential growth of cruise tourism.

It is affiliated UPyD since 2012 and despite the great interest that has always had the policy in general, had never fought in a political party.

"Most Spaniards are still not aware of it, but is the party UPyD they are seeking, that we have no doubt," said John Daniel, referring to expectations magenta party to this important electoral event.

"What is not so clear is how many of our fellow citizens that get rescued circus and television state vitiating our policy. Certainly we are also the strength of coherence and common sense".

Source: UPyD Cartagena

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