Nineteen senatorial candidates laid down their platforms and views on key issues during The Rundown 2022, the official youth-oriented senate election forum of the Commission on Elections, last Saturday, March 12. The event aimed to help young Filipino voters discern which senatorial candidates they should vote for in the upcoming May 9 National and Local…
This month marks the beginning of the campaign period for national candidates—inevitably the most expensive period of every election cycle. With the Philippines divided into several regions, people vying for a government seat prepare a huge sum of campaign budget to establish their image to the public and reach as many voters as possible. While…
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