• All set for the Barangay & SK Polls? 8 Steps to Cast Your Vote The May 14 Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan polls is less than a week away. Do you already know what to do on the said day? To help guide voters, here is a simple step by step guide for the voting process provided by the Commission on Elections: 1.) At the polling place, look for your […] Selies Galvez 2 min read
  • Panalo si Cardo! “Ang Probinsyano,” helmed by actor Coco Martin has been winning the ratings game for years and its popularity has extended beyond the television screen. If elections were held today, Ricardo “Cardo” Dalisay would easily win as barangay chairman. And it really comes as no surprise because the seemingly endless journey of Cardo to find justice […] Angie Chui 2 min read
  • Star studded filing of CoCs at Comelec It was like attending a movie premier, except that the stars present were there not to promote a movie, but to support a political candidate. Fans started screaming when the “megastar” Sharon Cuneta arrived with her husband Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan at the Commission on Elections (Comelec) office on Intramuros, Manila, where the latter filed […] Selies Galvez 2 min read
  • Starting them young They may not be of voting age yet, but these young members of the Girl Scouts of the Philippines sure know how important the right of suffrage is. Carrying placards with the words “No Bio, No Boto!”, young students fin green Scouts uniform gathered in front of the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) in Intramuros to […] Selies Galvez 3 min read
  • Internet voting for Pinoy seafarers in 2016? Due to the nature of their work, Filipino seafarers often find it difficult to vote during elections. This may already be a thing of the past, if the Commission on Elections (Comelec) is allowed to adopt internet-based voting in the May 2016 polls. Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Undersecretary Rafael Seguis believes internet voting will […] Selies Galvez 2 min read