In Malabog village, Davao City, the chairman of the Board of Election Inspector has to bring the PCOS machine and…
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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.
By DANILDA L. FUSILERO
Jay Apiag, Kontra Daya coordinator for North Cotabato province said their forecast was due to delays brought about by glitches of PCOS (precinct count optical scan) machines, the heavy rains that started 3 PM Monday and blackouts in the villages of Katipunan and Amas.
By ACE R. MORANDANTE
In schools that served as polling centers here, soldiers from the 25th Infantry are observed to have stayed nearer, less than five meters, to be exact.
About 800 voters of precinct 22 of the polling center in Gabi village, Compostela town, Compostela Valley Province were surprised…
By MART D. SAMBALUD
“Natingala ko nganong wala among pangalan sa listahan nga naa man unta amoang Comelec voter’s ID. Unta gi check na nila.” – Marivic Escudero, a voter
By CHERYLL D. FIEL
The machine started rejecting ballots at past nine in the morning forcing the BEIs to shut down the machine. To the dismay of first-time voters who were excited to experience casting their votes the automated way, the ballots were dropped manually at the PCOS machine bin, before BEIs took it out and placed it in a separate folder for counting.
By MART D. SAMBALUD
Chairman of the Board of Election Inspectors (BEI) Emelia Jordan said that she could not identify the cause of the problem, “(D)espite the fact that correct procedures were followed.”
The third voter in this clustered precinct in Talomo Central Elementary School in Davao City has to try, many times,…
DAVAO TODAY POOLED REPORT
According to poll watchdog Kontra Daya, machines in Panacan didn’t immediately turned on while those in Don Julian Elementary School in Agdao just shut down.