While the candidates of major parties are using social networks, television and print advertising and other means to capture votes, Hector Monestel of the Partido de los Trabajadores (Workers Party) says he will seek votes in farms and factories.
With the slogan, “No voten por los patronos” (Don’t vote for employers), the presidential candidate says he will seek out the vote of the average worker to win the election on February 2.
During an interview on the radio porgram, “Nuestra Voz”, Monestel said its time “big business” stop ruling the country.
The presidential candidate said he will be redoubling his efforts with less than a month before Costa Ricans go to the polls.
Monestel said he will be going from factory to factory and farm to farm to earn the votes of workers. He added that the Workers Party proposes big tax reforms if elected.