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Last year Fajardo won a landslide as governor of Antioquía—the state of which Medellín is capital.
Fajardo “used the same methods and the same approach as my father,” Abad says.
Fajardo first ran for office in Medellin, Colombia, a hotbed of cocaine-related crime, back in 1999.
“We all have to be healthy, we have to feel secure, but we also have to develop our talent,” Fajardo says.
"If you go there, the kids will take you to the library and they will explain it to you," explains Fajardo.
A letter from Fajardo to the king (August 10, 1619) gives his report on various matters of importance.
Los Rios cites various instances which prove his position, and expressly states his good opinion of the present governor, Fajardo.
Fajardo sends a long report of affairs to the king (August 15, 1620).
Fajardo, governor of Nueva Biscaya, soon heard of the rebellion and of the ineffectual efforts to suppress it.
As soon as Fajardo heard of the forced retreat of Barraza he determined to take the management of the campaign in his own hands.