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With 486,752 who actually voted according to the Commission on Elections (Comelec) website, Davao City has once again shown itself as a gauge of how the whole Philippines votes, as the surprising number one slot of Grace Poe in the national canvassing is likewise reflected in the city tally. It’s not what many will call

OVER 1,000 migrant Filipinos in 25 countries did not take advantage of the chance to select 12 new senators and a party-list group in the 2013 midterm polls, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) said Wednesday. These Filipinos are located in Colombia, Netherlands Antilles, Suriname, Venezuela, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Panama, Ecuador, Peru,

Some 52,014,648 registered voters are expected to troop to the 77,829 precincts nationwide to cast their votes today (Monday). More than 18,000 posts are up for grabs, including 12 senators; 233 congressmen; 58 party-list representatives; 80 governors; 80 vice governors; 766 provincial board members; 143 city mayors; 143 city vice mayors; 1,598 city councilors; 1,491

LAWYER Wilfred Jay Balisado, Commission on Elections (Comelec)-Davao regional director, urged the voting public and the Board of Election Inspectors (BEIs) alike to be prepared for a long day as the midterm automated election kicks off today, May 13. Balisado told Sun.Star Davao in a phone interview, “Ang panawagan nako sa mga botante kay magsayo

SIXTEEN Precinct Count Optical Scan (PCOS) machines were busted in Cebu City, 15 from the south district and one from the north. There were two busted machines for Barangays Guadalupe, Basak, San Nicolas, Quiot and one each for Bulacao, Inayawan, Labangon, Sawang Calero, Toong and Tisa I and Tisa II. Read the rest of this

WITH only two days left, Cagayan de Oro City Mayor Vicente Emano is urging those who are qualified to vote to register as the City Government has allowed the use of the City Tourism Hall as registration venue to accommodate the huge influx of registrants until October 31. Emano said he moved the registration venue

ANTICIPATING a mad rush of people still wanting to register, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) has issued rules on how Offices of the Election Officer (OEOs) will handle them on the last day scheduled Wednesday, October 31. Based on Comelec Resolution 9542, the commission en banc stressed that it is determined not to extend further

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