Pattaya mayoral candidate Sakchai Taenghor visits Old Market in Naklua, pledges to solve flooding and waste management problems

Pattaya – 

  Mr. Sakchai Taenghor, one of four Pattaya mayor candidates in the upcoming May 22nd election, went to meet with voters at Old Naklua Market Pattaya yesterday. 

The atmosphere of the upcoming election is getting more enthusiastic as all mayoral candidates race in bringing up campaigns and electioneering around the city.

At 1.00 p.m. on April 6th, Mr. Sakchai Taenghor, the number 2 (election identification number, of four) independent Pattaya mayoral candidate, visited Old Naklua Market, Bang Lamung district, Chonburi to introduce himself and his campaigns to local residents and vendors. According to reports, this area is one of the imperative bastions for all parties because the other three candidates were also born and familiar with this area. This visit received a generous response similar to other candidates.Mr. Sakchai Taenghor used to serve as a Bang Lamung district chief from 2013 to 2015. His main campaign roughly focuses on solving flooding and waste problems, altering Pattaya into a sustainable and digital city, and taking care of citizens from birth to elderly.

You can learn more about Sakchai in our previous election coverage below:

Pattaya Mayor independent candidate Sakchai Taenghor introduces his mayor policies, highlights include tourism and transparency focus


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