If Kaohsiung succeeds in ousting Han Guoyu, the People's Party legislator Cai Biru said that the People's Party will nominate candidates in Kaohsiung. This is not surprising at all. For Ke Wenzhe, this is the outpost of the 2022 local election. It is impossible to support Ke Wenzhe in the atmosphere of green camp votes and anti-China pan-progressive camp. If the People's Party wants to expand its vote source, its main goal is probably to absorb light blue votes from the Kuomintang.
In short, Ke Wenzhe's reform line of not anti-China and advocating beyond the blue-green has drawn a market distinction from the Kuomintang, which company banner design is more pro-China (or even red-dominated) but has no reform image. Under such circumstances, Ke Wenzhe and the People's Party can stand on the strategic commanding heights of moderation, non-opposition, and reform to attack the source of light blue votes, and they hope to use the slogan of "beyond the power of blue, green and white" to call on emerging voters who seek reform, In the absence of pro-green anti-China votes, there is still room for it to continue to grow, which is also worth observing in this by-election.
What the People's Party should think about is: how can we cultivate decent generals in the party and get rid of the limitation of one-man parties? Look at James Soong of the People First Party, and then look at the power of the times after Huang Guochang lost the election. If the People's Party still follows the old path of being a personal star, this party will be wiped out when Ke Wenzhe's momentum collapses. Ke Wenzhe of course knows this, so he continues to expand the foundation of the People's Party through "recycling" and "audit elections", and I believe it will be a preliminary test soon.