Posts by tag: Election

10 years ago

POLITICS OF CHANGE

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Progressive party-lists under the Makabayan Coalition hold a meeting de avance Thursday in Davao City’s Freedom Park. Carlos Zarate, second…

10 years ago

EDUCATORS’ RAGE

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Teachers from various schools in Davao City picket outside the Commission on Elections-XI office Thursday demanding for a public apology…

10 years ago

Today’s View: Endorsement, anyone?

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By DON J. PAGUSARA

Davao Today

Clearly, this practice of bestowing endorsement to electoral candidates reveals a condition of uninformed electorate.  For why should voters base their judgment on the endorsement of someone if they are knowledgeable of the faculties and qualities of the candidates?  Is this not a revelation of the ignorance of the citizenry about the politics of their country or about the competence of the political aspirants? 

10 years ago

Teachers to Comelec official: “We’re not stupid, we demand public apology!”

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By MARILOU AGUIRRE-TUBURAN

Davao Today

“Sa dugay nang panahon, walay pagduhaduha ang mga magtutudlo nga mohatag sa ilang tinuoray nga serbisyo aron lang gyud mogawas ang tinuod nga resulta sa eleksyon.  Maong sakit kaayo paminawon nga tawagon mi’g istupido ug limtanon.” — Elenito Escalante, president of the Alliance of Concerned Teachers of the Philippines Davao Region Union

10 years ago

TEST

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A poll watcher casts her vote during the final testing and sealing of PCOS (precinct count optical scanner) machines Monday…

10 years ago

TROUBLESHOOT

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A PCOS (precinct count optical scanner) technician assists Board of Election Inspectors (BEIs) insert the CF card to the machine….

10 years ago

STARSTRUCK

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Residents of 76-A village in Davao City flock the political rally of Vice Mayor Rodrigo Duterte’s Hugpong sa Tawong Lungsod…