Vice President Leonor ‘Leni’ Robredo lauded her thousands of supporters who appeared at her presidential campaign rally in Cagayan de Oro’s Divisoria area Tuesday, February 22.
As national campaigns begin, candidates have begun ticking off their accomplishments and track record to woo votes.
Comelec’s Ferolino once called teachers serving in 2013 polls as ‘stupid’ over PCOS glitches in 2013
Comelec Commissioner Ferolino-Ampoloquio, who had stint as a Comelec official in Davao City, had once called teachers serving in 2013 elections as “stupid” over PCOS glitches.
Presidential aspirant and boxing icon Emmanuel ‘Manny’ Pacquiao said that had he not become a boxer, he would have taken up arms and joined the New People’s Army because of poverty.
Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos Jr.’s absence in broadcast interviews have factored in his downward trend in surveys as number one choice for the 2022 presidential race.
Women’s groups and other sectoral organizations in the city join the 9th year of the gender-based global campaign One Billion Rising as they called out the attacks against government critics in the region.
Volunteers of the Youth for Leni Davao were harassed by an unidentified person in their headquarters following their caravan Wednesday.
Presidential aspirants Vice President Leni Robredo, Senator Panfilo Lacson, Manila City Mayor Isko Moreno Domagoso and Senator Manny Pacquiao staged proclamation rallies in their home cities on Tuesday.
Davao City volunteers for the Robredo-Pangilinan tandem did not make it to Tuesday’s nationwide pocket caravans because of a delayed permit, but they launched their motorcade instead on Wednesday morning.
Four presidential candidates have expressed willingness to reopen negotiations with the communist movement if ever they get elected, raising hopes from peace advocacy groups especially in Mindanao.