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Cynthia Villar, Grace Poe still lead senatorial survey — SWS

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MANILA, Philippines — Sen. Cynthia Villar continues to lead senatorial candidates in the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey conducted five months before the national and local elections.

She obtained a voter preference of 62 percent, estimated at over 37 million votes, followed closely by Sen. Grace Poe, who is the choice of 60 percent of voters or equivalent to about 36.4 million votes.

Sharing third to fifth places were Taguig Rep. Pia Cayetano and Senators Sonny Angara and Nancy Binay, who all obtained 40 percent.

The nationwide poll was conducted from Dec. 16 to 19 using face-to-face interviews of about 1,500 respondents with a margin of error of plus or minus three percent.

Actor and former senator Lito Lapid was in solo sixth with 38 percent voter preference while tied at the eighth and ninth places were Sen. Aquilino Pimentel III and former senator Jinggoy Estrada, both obtaining 34 percent.

Former interior secretary and senator Mar Roxas placed 10th with 28 percent followed by Ilocos Norte Gov. Imee Marcos with 27 percent.

Capping the top 12 is Sen. Joseph Victor Ejercito, who obtained 27 percent voter preference, equivalent to over 15 million votes.

At 13th and 14th place were former senator Serge Osmeña and Sen. Paolo Benigno Aquino IV, respectively.

Former special assistant to the president Christopher Go ranked 14th to 15th with former Bureau of Corrections head Ronald dela Rosa.

Tied at 17th and 18th were former presidential political affairs adviser Francis Tolentino and former Senate president Juan Ponce Enrile, who both obtained 16 percent.

Other senatorial candidates who obtained single-digit voter preferences were volunteer doctor and former STAR columnist “Doc Willie” Ong, singer Freddie Aguilar, former presidential spokesman Harry Roque, former broadcast journalist Jiggy Manicad, former congressman Neri Colmenares, Melchor Chavez, Dado Padilla, Maguindanao Rep. Zajid Mangudadatu, Lemy Roxas, Larry Gadon, women’s rights advocate Samira Gutoc, human rights lawyer Jose Manuel “Chel” Diokno and former interior chief Rafael Alunan.

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My guy, Mar is consistent among the top...
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My guy, Mar is consistent among the top...
Sure win na...

10th si Marimar :shock:




......konting boto lang laglag agad :?





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My guy, Mar is consistent among the top...
Sure win na...

10th si Marimar :shock:




......konting boto lang laglag agad :?





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Survey result is dependent to who commissions the survey... :lol:

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Official campaign period starts for national candidates

Helen Flores, Paolo Romero (The Philippine Star) - February 12, 2019 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — The 90-day national campaign for over 60 senatorial candidates and 154 party-list groups in the May elections officially kicks off today, with the Commission on Elections (Comelec) again warning them against committing electoral offenses.

The Comelec last month released the names of 62 senatorial candidates it has allowed to run as well as 154 accredited party-list groups seeking seats in the House of Representatives.

The Senate race is considered to be tight, with seven senators seeking reelection, six others wanting to return to the chamber and several prominent candidates, including those endorsed by President Duterte, fighting over only 12 slots.

The reelectionist senators, belonging to different political parties, will be launching their electoral campaign separately but they are expected to be together in a rare sortie tomorrow in Tondo, Manila.

Sens. Cynthia Villar, Sonny Angara, Joseph Victor Ejercito and Aquilino Pimentel III are scheduled to attend a campaign kick-off in Pampanga this afternoon organized by the Hugpong ng Pagbabago (HNP), a regional party headed by Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte.

Also expected to join the campaign rally are other candidates supported by the HNP, namely former special assistant to the president Christopher Go, former Bureau of Corrections chief Ronaldo dela Rosa, former political affairs adviser Francis Tolentino, Taguig City-Pateros Rep. Pia Cayetano, former senators Ramon Revilla Jr. and Jinggoy Estrada, Maguindanao Rep. Zajid Mangudadatu and former journalist Jiggy Manicad.

Ejercito and Dela Rosa, both motorbike enthusiasts, are expected to proceed to the venue in a convoy of motorcycles.

Also expected to speak during the rally are Speaker Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and Pampanga Gov. Lilia Pineda.

Sen. Grace Poe will kick off her campaign this morning with a school feeding program at a multi-purpose hall in Payatas, Quezon City.

Sen. Nancy Binay will launch her campaign with a motorcade from San Jose del Monte, Bulacan. She will be joined by Angara, former Senate president Juan Ponce Enrile and senatorial candidate Dan Roleda.

Reelectionist senators Angara, Binay, Ejercito, Pimentel, Poe, Villar and Aquino – who is running under the opposition coalition Otso Diretso –are scheduled to be together in one rally in Tondo tomorrow.

The event was organized by Poe, who is running as an independent. Five of her fellow reelectionists and Senate President Vicente Sotto III have confirmed their attendance.

House-to-house

Opposition senatorial bets, meanwhile, will begin their house-to-house campaign today. Liberal Party president Francis Pangilinan said a house-to-house campaign will enable them to directly relay to the people their platforms while listening to their concerns.

“This campaign strategy of going house-to-house is a game-changer. It has not been done on a national scale,” said Pangilinan, who is also the Otso Diretso campaign manager.

The candidates of the Otso Diretso (Straight Eight) slate are Aquino, former senator Mar Roxas, human rights lawyer Chel Diokno, Marawi civic leader Samira Gutoc, former solicitor general Florin Hilbay, veteran election lawyer Romulo Macalintal, former Quezon congressman Erin Tañada and Magdalo Rep. Gary Alejano.

Otso Diretso candidates except Roxas will join a “face-to-face persuasion campaign” in Caloocan City, where they are also expected to launch the slate’s eight-point program.

Pangilinan said the opposition bets will focus on improving the lives of Filipino families.

“They themselves will knock on doors and talk to ordinary folk all over the country,” he said.

“Our campaign would be uphill as most of them are relatively unknown in the national stage. But I am confident that when the people get to know them more, they will vote for them to become our public servants in the Senate,” he said.

Pangilinan, who himself ran and won as an independent in 2007, said getting the people’s attention would be key to victory for Otso Diretso.

He said Project Makinig, a 10-week project he started late last year, was able to mobilize 9,800 volunteers to talk to 116,000 people.?Project Makinig promotes face-to-face, volunteer-driven persuasion campaign.

“Makinig 2.0 is our version of People Power, empowering ordinary citizens so that they are able to make the right choice for senators and empowering them to campaign for these choices,” Pangilinan said.

“Unlike resource-rich traditional politicians who will launch their electoral campaigns through massive proclamation rallies, the Otso Diretso candidates will start their campaign going back to the people, sharing each other’s stories,” he said.

Vice President Leni Robredo, LP chair, will join all Otso Diretso candidates in a kick-off rally in Naga City, Camarines Sur tomorrow.

Active campaigning

At Malacañang, presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo said President Duterte is expected to actively campaign for his allies – including the ones embroiled in controversies. He has yet to disclose his choices for senators.

“The President will, as he said, endorse certain candidates of his choice so presumably he will be actively campaigning since he is not prohibited by law to do so,” Panelo said in a chance interview.

“An endorsement could translate into votes given the popularity of the President, but then again the ultimate judgment will be on the part of the people,” he added.

While Duterte has been publicly praising some candidates, he has not released a complete list of senatorial bets of his choice.

Two political groups with senatorial slates are aligned with the administration. They are the Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-Laban), the political party of Duterte; and the HNP coalition of presidential daughter and Mayor Carpio, which is reportedly endorsing 14 candidates.

Previous reports said Duterte would also lead the kick off for a mixed slate of senatorial candidates under a coalition called “Du it.”

In his previous speeches and media interviews, the President voiced support for the senatorial bids of 10 candidates – Tolentino, Dela Rosa, Go, folk singer Freddie Aguilar, Angara, Villar, Cayetano, Ilocos Norte Gov. Imee Marcos, Ejercito and Estrada.

Duterte previously admitted there were disagreements among his allies over who would comprise the administration’s senatorial slate.

But Panelo said the development only proved that the administration has a “deep bench.”

“If he, for instance, supports the three slates, then it only means that he has a deep bench of senatorial hopefuls. So, regardless of who among the wins, eh OK pa rin sa kanya iyon (that would be acceptable to him),” the spokesman said.

While Malacañang claimed Duterte has a lot of candidates to choose from, critics pointed out that some of his choices were involved in irregularities, especially Estrada and Marcos.

Estrada is out on bail for plunder in connection with the multibillion-peso pork barrel scam.

Critics said Duterte’s endorsement of Estrada was incompatible with his promise not to tolerate even a whiff of corruption under his watch.

But Panelo said Estrada is presumed innocent until a court finds him guilty of the charges against him.

“The Constitution says unless you are convicted by final judgment... He (Estrada) has been granted bail and the reason for the court’s grant of provisional liberty is anchored on the fact that the evidence of guilt is not strong,” the spokesman said.

“So you cannot begrudge the President for endorsing a man who is presumed to be innocent under the law. Otherwise you are prejudging him,” he added.

Asked what qualifications Duterte wants for candidates seeking his endorsement, Panelo replied: “Based on what I heard from him when he endorses – honesty, efficient in work.” – With Alexis Romero

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 9:03 am 
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JABEZJ wrote:
The.Equalizer wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
My guy, Mar is consistent among the top...
Sure win na...

10th si Marimar :shock:




......konting boto lang laglag agad :?





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Survey result is dependent to who commissions the survey... :lol:

..........yun election results naman depende sa who commissions the PCOS :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PMP ni Erap at ‘Hugpong’ ni Sara nagsanib puwersa
Doris Franche (Pilipino Star Ngayon) - December 4, 2018 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — Sanib puwersa na ang partidong Puwersa ng Masang Pilipino ni Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada at ang Hugpong ng Pagbabago (HNP) ni Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte sa ginanap na signing of ­Alliance, kahapon sa San Andres Sports Complex sa Maynila.

Kasama ang mga kandidato sa pagkakonsehal, kongreso at pagkasenador, tinatayang nasa 6,000 ang dumalo sa pirmahan na layong magkaisa para sa tunay na pagbabago sa bansa sa ilalim ng administrasyong Duterte.

Nagpahayag ng pasasalamat si Estrada sa pagkakapili ni Mayor Inday Sara sa kanyang partido. Aniya, posibleng nakita ng HNP ang kahalagahan at kapakanan ng mga mahihirap na siyang prayoridad ng lungsod.

Kabilang sina dating senador Juan Ponce Enrile, Jinggoy Estrada, dating Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos, Francis Tolentino, at Zajid Dong Mangudadatu na pawang mga tatakbo para sa 2019 national elections, mga barangay chairman at city councilors ng dalawang lungsod ang dumalo sa panunumpa.

Nagpasalamat din si Ma­yor Inday Sara sa pagtanggap ng lungsod ng Maynila sa HNP gayundin ang patuloy na suportang ibinibigay ng mamamayan at nang lungsod ng Maynila sa kanyang amang si Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte.

Ang Hugpong ng Pagbabago aniya ay isang Regional party ngunit dahil maliit lamang ito ay naghanap sila ng kakampi at nakipag-alyansa sa mga political party.

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Palace: Duterte has 'deep bench' of senatorial bets to choose from
(philstar.com) - February 11, 2019 - 4:36pm

MANILA, Philippines —President Rodrigo Duterte’s endorsement of candidates from several political parties only means that he has a “deep bench” to choose from, presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo said on Monday.

The president has yet to throw his support behind a full senatorial slate from a specific political party. Davao City Mayor Sarah Duterte, the president's daughter, has a slate for her regional party Hugpong ng Pagbagago. Duterte's PDP-Laban party is also fielding its own bets.

Duterte claims ‘no government resources for admin candidates’Panelo said that Duterte vouching for candidates from different slates “only means he has a deep bench of senatorial hopefuls so regardless of who among them wins, it would be okay with him.”

The president's spokesman added that Duterte endorsing a candidate only means he is voicing a “personal choice,” which, Panelo added, is not illegal.

Duterte has raised the arms of several hopefuls at his events.

Among the people has vouched for are his close-in aide Christopher “Bong” Go, folk singer Freddie Aguilar, former national police chief Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa and former Sen. Jinggoy Estrada.

Whiff of corruption?

The presidential spokesman said that honesty and efficiency is one of the qualities Duterte is looking for candidates.

Panelo also defended Duterte, who vowed to not tolerate even a “whiff of corruption,” backing Estrada who is facing a string of graft cases over the multi-million pork barrel scam.

“Estrada is charged with corruption and the Constitution says unless you are convicted a final judgment, you are presumed to be innocent,” Panelo said adding that Estrada enjoys the presumption of innocence.

Duterte has fired officials for frequent travels and other "whiffs" of corruption but the Palace did not pursue cases against them.

Panelo also stressed that the former senator was granted provisional liberty because the evidence of guilt is not strong.

“So you cannot begrudge the president for endorsing a man who is presumed to be innocent under the law,” he said.

‘Debt of gratitude for Imee’

Meanwhile, Duterte is endorsing Ilocos Norte Gov. Imee Marcos out of a debt of gratitude.

“According to the president, he is helping Imee because he is indebted to her, because she is only one of the two governors who helped him in the campaign,” Panelo said.

In 2016, Duterte said that Marcos supported his campaign and noted that his father was a close ally of ousted dictator Ferdinand Marcos.

Imee, however, was not among the donors listed by Duterte in his Statement of Contributions and Expenditures. The younger Marcos said that she only supported Dutere with a donation of one empanada and soda.

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'Otso Diretso' kicks off 'uphill' campaign in Duterte-dominated Caloocan


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MANILA - "Otso Diretso" senatorial candidates, endorsed by Vice President Leni Robredo, on Tuesday begin an "uphill" 90-day battle geared at making "experienced" but "relatively unknown" opposition bets appeal to a voting population that still generally supports the ruling Duterte administration.

The slate will begin a 2-day campaign kick-off by knocking on doors and shaking the hands of bystanders in Caloocan City, one of Metro Manila's fringe areas with at least 650,000 voters, in a bid to "connect" with voters offline.

The group will move to Robredo's bailiwick in Naga on the second day to meet with the vice president and to touch base with Bicolano voters.

Though Liberal Party (LP) stalwart Caloocan Congressman Edgar Erice represents one of the 2 districts of the city, "Otso Diretso's" decision to use Caloocan as their launching pad deviates from the traditional practice of starting the campaign season in a party's bailiwick.

Nearly half of Caloocan's 648,933 voters supported President Rodrigo Duterte in the 2016 presidential elections, while only 13.7 percent backed the Liberal Party's (LP) Mar Roxas, who is seeking to return to the Senate this year.

It's going to be a difficult campaign since most of the "Otso Diretso" candidates are grappling with an "awareness issue," Otso Diretso campaign manager Senator Francis "Kiko" Pangilinan earlier told ANC's Beyond Politics.

"Our campaign would be uphill as most of them are relatively unknown in the national stage," he said.

The opposition had a hard time looking for political allies, he revealed.

"May takot na ma-associate sa oposisyon... Maraming mga donors na nagsasabi na mahihirapan kami tumulong kasi may takot," Pangilinan said.

"Ayaw lumapit sa atin yung maraming pulitiko dahil pag kami ay sinuportahan, sasabihin na sila ay dilawan, sila ay involved sa drugs, sila ay kakasuhan, et cetera," he said.

'Awareness issue'

Only 2 of the slate's 8 prospects, re-electionist Senator Bam Aquino and former Senator Roxas, managed to make it in pre-election surveys or those who have a "statistical chance" of winning in the May 13 midterm polls.


https://news.abs-cbn.com/news/02/12/19/ ... d-caloocan

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Almost half of Caloocan voters supported PDutz in 2016 :shock:

andami pa namang mga addict diyan, kaliwa't kanan ang tokhang at anti-drug operations, yung Kian taga-Caloocan din........hmm iba talaga ang realidad kesa sa picture na pine-paint ng media :shock:




........sana masapak ng mga taga-Caloocan ang Ocho Derecho na yan kasama na ang mga media na tiyak palalabasin malakas ang hatak ng mga ungas na yan sa tao :bounce1:

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