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Voter's Education

Continued from PCOS machines: the enigma of vertical lines and cramped warehouse (Part 1 of 2)   Determining whether or not the vertical line markings on the scanned ballots, as revealed in the 2013 polls random manual audit (RMA), are part of a well-orchestrated plot to rig the results would…
Time is running out for the Commission on Elections (Comelec) as it continues to dilly-dally on whether or not the highly defective precint count optical scan (PCOS) machines will be used again for the 2016 elections. With just less than 800 days left, it may really be too late to procure,…

The Next President We Want

Past is prelude and recent controversies compel us to extrapolate events well into 2016's presidential derby, not so much because they might have a relevant bearing, but more because that is what occupies most of our idle Filipino time in front of the sari-sari store as we are perhaps the…
  With just a little over two years left before the next presidential polls, perhaps it’s already time to think about the national leader we want to install next. It makes sense contemplating on what’s to come in the not so distant future as the country went through a mix…
The midterm May 13 election is over. Local and national positions aspired to have been filled and the newly elected officials will be sworn in to office on June 30. Most of the winners have been proclaimed, and the appeals, protests, complaints, and motions are already being filed. Political dynasties…
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