Wu Yinong was defeated in the last legislative election, but he has grown a lot in the past two years, and the team will be more efficient.
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[Reporter Yang Xinhui/Taipei Report] Wu Yinong, a candidate for the DPP’s legislator in the third constituency of Taipei City, lost only 13,000 votes in 2020 against Jiang Wan’an, who was then a legislator. When asked where did he think he lost?
Wu Yinong said that he stumbled over and came over. Although he did not win the election, he still felt that he had handed over an acceptable report card. He was very grateful for the support of more than 99,000 people. Because the first time he participated in the election, there must be many shortcomings and lack of experience. It is also one of the reasons.
Jiang Wanan won 112,784 votes in the last legislative election, while Wu Yinong won 99,539 votes, a difference of 13,245 votes.
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In an exclusive interview, Wu Yinong said that this election was more hasty than the last time, but he has grown a lot in the past two years. He has already elected a legislator in the third constituency. With more than years of experience in hosting local party offices, the entire team will be more efficient in this by-election and will have a more precise grasp of the rhythm of the election.
Wu Yinong said that he thought he had not done a lot for Taiwan in the last election. Although he was not elected or held public office more than two years ago, he did not fail to fulfill his commitments at that time. All civil defense and national defense efforts are ours. They are all promoted from the people, which is what I hope voters will see and affirm.