Martín Cacho, PRI, Partido Verde and Nueva Alianza
“I’m young, I have the experience, I am a family man, and I like to work for the people.”
Martín Cacho is the standard-bearer of these three parties. He began working at the age of 14 in the businesses of family and friends; however, in 2004 he began working formally in the water system. He has been a city councilor and director of the Social Development department.
Cacho assures that he knows every community and every neighborhood in San Miguel, “and I know what they need and how to do it.” With the motto “Make better what is being done well and do what we haven’t been doing,” he wants to be the mayor.
We will respect the budget assigned. My resources come from the party and people who have joined us because they believe in this project.
Reaction after June 7 election
I am prepared to win, and I will accept any result with humility.
Dirty war and information that can be used against you
I want a united San Miguel. That is why I will avoid seeking disqualifications against my opponents, and I expect them to do the same although there is no information that other candidates can use against me. However, candidates can lie to deceive people about me.
We will engage organizations. The mounted police will return and work hand-in-hand with the vecino voluntario committees and leaders of neighborhoods. I will reactivate the security modules that already exist and build more as needed. We want people to get to know their police officers. The security information will tell us what to prevent.
We will integrate foreigners in the field of security, education, traditions, social development, and environment. In all areas, we will participate through committees.
We have an alliance with a teachers’ party (Nueva Alianza), we have the direct support of the teachers, and we will have the support of the network of universities. We will work on infrastructure in the schools where the roofs are falling. The head of the Education Department will be a teacher.
We will do work that people need: streets, water, drainage, light, dams, filter, access to San Miguel.) We will continue with the expansion of the libramiento El Caracol, and we will study unconcluded works.
Economic development and tourism
We will continue with the challenge to increase tourism from Monday to Thursday, and that is why we will support the International Exhibition Center to attract tourism during the week. We will work with the Business Coordinating Council, which knows what the city needs in terms of economic development and tourism. We will not allow the opening of more supermarkets and we will support the small businesses. We will work with strong traditions.