by EARL O. CONDEZA, ACE R. MORANDANTE, JOHN RIZLE L. SALIGUMBA, TYRONE A. VELEZ Davao Today DAVAO CITY (12:00 nn)…
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Young mother carries her newborn as they make way for voters’ register at the Comelec office for the upcoming Barangay and SK (Youth Federation) elections are set this October. (davaotoday.com photo by MEDEL V. HERNANI)
Youths gathered in a bench to fill up their voter registration forms at Davao’s Comelec office in Magsaysay Park as registration deadline draws near on July 31. Barangay and SK (Youth Federation) elections are set this October. (davaotoday.com photo by MEDEL V. HERNANI)
By CHERYLL D. FIEL
“Sadly, personality politics is still at play in the partylist contest. The system even goes to the extent that winnability hinges on traditional politicians’ endorsement and money.” — Carlos Isagani Zarate, Davao-based human rights lawyer and Bayan Muna second nominee
By MART D. SAMBALUD
As per total canvassed votes released by Comelec-Tagum City, Rellon got 54,492 votes while Gementiza got 51,845 votes.
By DANILDA L. FUSILERO
Canvassing was temporarily stopped due to the malfunctioning compact flash cards and the precinct count optical scan (PCOS) machines in two clustered precincts of two villages. The Comelec said they are anticipating for more or less a thousand votes to be canvassed.
Benigno Andamon, village captain of Tibal-og, was proclaimed as the town’s Mayor-elect with 17, 189 votes while Daniel Batosalem Jr. won the vice-mayoralty post with 27, 595 votes.
By CHERYLL D. FIEL
First District election supervisor Aimee Ampoloquio was then asking a teacher who served as Board of Election Inspectors (BEI) chair from the Catalunan Grande National High School about how the transmission of the ERs was conducted because the ERs were not reflected in the Canvassing and Consolidation System (CSS) laptop stationed at the SP session hall.
In Malabog village, Davao City, the chairman of the Board of Election Inspector has to bring the PCOS machine and…
By MA. GIGI A. TENEBROSO
In a statement released Monday, Ka Simon Santiago, NPA political director, said four village captains in Paquibato district “surrendered” to them and reported of receiving money from re-electionist Representative Mylene Garcia. In Mapula village, 27 envelopes with PHP 300 each were allegedly seen, PHP 15,000 in Lumiad village, PHP 20,000 in Paquibato village and PHP 15,000 in Panalum village.