DUTERTE convinced no cheating in 2022 polls

Despite some groups’ allegations of electoral fraud in the May 9 elections, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte said he is convinced that there was no cheating or other voting irregularities in the recent polls.“Wala ako nakita, sa totoo lang, at hindi rin talaga ako papayag ng… Read More

No irregularity in vote ratio of presidential polls: stat experts

MANILA – Statistics experts from the University of the Philippines (UP) on Wednesday found no irregularities in the consistent voting pattern in the partial and unofficial results of the 2022 presidential race.The UP School of Statistics said the supposed “68:32” vote ratio favoring… Read More

Initial count shows BBM, Sara leading partial, unofficial tally

 May 9, 2022, 11:03 pm

MANILA – Former Senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and running mate Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte are leading the presidential and vice presidential race, according to the partial and unofficial released by the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) through its transparency server as… Read More

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Sara touts achievements in Davao City in ‘miting de avance’

TAGUM CITY – Vice-presidential aspirant and Sara Z. Duterte touted her various accomplishments during her stint as Davao City mayor, burnishing her executive credentials as she looks on becoming the country’s second-highest official.In a speech during the “Miting de Avance” here Thursday… Read More

Sara says surveys not basis for winning; urges vigilance

Rain, quake fail to stop UniTeam’s Mindanao miting de advance

BONGBONG MARCOS: Panalo na! Basta’t bantayan niyo ‘yung boto

Marcos, Duterte urge Filipinos to protect their votes

Presidential candidate former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and his running mate Davao City Mayor Sara Z. Duterte on Thursday night urged Filipinos to protect their votes in Monday’s elections.During the UniTeam’s Mindanao Miting de Avance rally in Tagum City, Davao del… Read More