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Voters remind Loren to follow the queue

Posted by akosistella on May 10, 2010


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MANILA, Philippines – Some registered voters in Malabon got irritated when Nacionalista Party NP vice-presidential guest candidate Loren Legarda went ahead of the queue at the precinct when polls opened on Monday.

Some supporters in Potrero, Malabon cheered “Loren, Loren, Loren” when she arrived, while other voters reminded Legarda that she should fall in line.

“Ma’am, pila po kayo,” some voters said.

via ABS-CBN News Online Beta.

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ROXAS CITY, Philippines – Senator Mar Roxas, the running mate of Liberal Party standard-bearer Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III, rode a tricycle on his way to the polling center at the Rufina Andrada Santos Memorial School on Monday.

A supportive crowd welcomed him at the school when he got off the tricycle to enter Precinct Number 0244A in Barangay 5.

It only took a few minutes for Roxas to cast his vote.

Via ABS-CBN News

Did Erap not vote for a vice president?

MANILA, Philippines – Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino (PMP) standard-bearer Joseph Estrada’s spokesman Margaux Salcedo has denied reports that the former president did not vote for a vice president.

The reports were apparently prompted by viewers’ impression of how he shaded the ovals on his ballot when he voted at an elementary school in San Juan City in Metro Manila at high noon Monday.

Estrada’s running mate is Makati City Mayor Jejomar Binay.

Via ABS-CBN News

Villar, Nanay Curing vote in Las Piñas

MANILA, Philippines – Nacionalista Party (NP) standard-bearer Sen. Manuel “Manny” Villar, Jr. cast his vote in Las Piñas at around 10:50 on Monday.

The NP presidential bet was voter No. 188 in precinct No. 222.

Villar was joined by his wife, Las Piñas Rep. Cynthia Villar.

Via ABS-CBN News

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