For at least 10 months, poll chief Andres Bautista and wife Patricia try to negotiate an amicable separation and division of properties. She runs to the President when talks collapse in July, and days later, gives an explosive media interview.
Andres Bautista is embroiled in controversies both personal and professional
'Tama po 'iyon nagiging wasteful tayo dun because mabagal din ang kilos namin, so meron din kaming kasalanan dun,' says Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III
During its first hearing on the move to postpone the barangay elections yet again, the House committee on suffrage and electoral reforms approves the measure 19-2
The Liga ng mga Barangay has over 322,000 members – barangay captains and other village officials
The Comelec chairman tells the House committee he's set to attend another hearing in Davao City, also concerning the barangay and SK elections
Martin Bautista says he has advised his brother and Comelec Chair Andy to 'kill himself' if the allegations about misdeclaration are true
Radio comes second to TV in terms of ad buys from the candidates, research by PCIJ shows
Like wayward candidates, many media agencies also failed to file reports with the poll body, in defiance of their obligation in law
Patricia Bautista sought an audience with President Rodrigo Duterte because her husband's actions supposedly involved matters of national security, says her lawyer, Martin Loon
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II says Comelec Chairman Andres Bautista's stint as PCGG head is also being investigated for possible anomalies
The need to prepare for the polls in October, despite plans to postpone it, is the overriding consideration, says Comelec Spokesperson James Jimenez
Kapunan tells Andy Bautista: 'The problem with lies is, lies not only quarrel with the truth. They quarrel among themselves.'
Elections chief Andres Bautista quotes his wife as saying about her exposé's effects on their 4 children: 'No, no. The Universe will take care of them.'
Defeated vice presidential candidate Ferdinand Marcos Jr says he has nothing to do with the corruption allegations raised by the wife of Comelec Chairman Andres Bautista
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Comelec Chairman Andres Bautista says he filed this case on August 8, a day after news broke that his wife was accusing him of keeping unexplained wealth
As both camps prepare for legal and emotional battles ahead, here's a rundown of the cast of characters in the Bautista family saga
Does he think the complaints about Comelec Chairman Andy Bautista affect his 2016 victory? President Duterte says, 'I've already taken my oath.'
Allegations against Comelec chief Andres Bautista – failure to disclose his wealth in his SALN – is reminiscent of the track taken by the prosecutors of the late SC chief justice Renato Corona to remove him from office in 2012
Patricia Cruz Bautista comes from a family of entrepreneurs who, according to Comelec chief Andres Bautista, is supporting him amid allegations of unexplained wealth
(UPDATED) The party files a petition before the Commission on Elections and an ethics complaint before the House of Representatives
The President supposedly tells the wife of Comelec Chairman Andres Bautista to 'spare' him from details of the supposed ill-gotten wealth, preferring to treat the issue as a marital squabble
Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III says President Rodrigo Duterte seemed to be 'agonizing' over what to do with the information against Comelec Chairman Andres Bautista
The Senate is set to investigate the issue hounding Commission on Elections Chairman Andres Bautista
Commission on Elections Chairman Andres Bautista claims his wife and her 'long-time lover' came up with the corruption allegations to extort money from him
Know more about the poll body chief, who now faces accusations of unexplained wealth coming from his own wife
Poll chief Andres Bautista denies the accusations of his wife Patricia Bautista, saying it is an 'extortion attempt'
(UPDATED) The National Bureau of Investigation will look into allegations that Commission on Elections Chairman Andres Bautista illegally amassed nearly P1 billion
If Congress decides this at the last minute, we risk tossing down the drain about a billion pesos Comelec shall have spent on the preparations
'It's high time that we have a Filipino system in place for a Filipino election,' says the alternate chairman of the Comelec Advisory Council
Among their options are refurbishing the PCOS machines used in 2013, purchasing the VCMs leased in 2016, renting new machines, or using a new system
Puerto Princesa Mayor Lucilo Bayron is back as city chief months after he was removed from the position
Without presenting proof, Duterte Youth chairman Ronald Cardema claims that President Rodrigo Duterte should have gotten 'more than 20 million votes'
Meanwhile, a House bill seeks early voting for PWDs and senior citizens within a week before election day
The Comelec and CHR chiefs' net worth, as well as that of the Ombudsman and chairpersons of COA and CSC, all increase in 2016
It's been a year since the 2016 elections. Revisit Rappler's #PHvote microsite – it doesn't disappoint with the wealth of stories from that whirlwind of a day.
(UPDATED) The Philippines' new lawyers have inspiring stories of grit, hard work, and love for country. Ramil Comendador worked as Comelec janitor while in law school.
The Comelec prepares for the village and youth council polls, despite a proposal in the House of Representatives to postpone them again
The National Privacy Commission is optimistic the Comelec can pull off barangay elections in October with no data leak, despite major breaches in 2016
The voters' data leak and a break-in at a Lanao town have put the Comelec, the National Privacy Commission, and the Data Privacy Act to the test
Special satellite voters' registration areas will be set up on March 8 in Metro Manila and in 22 highly-urbanized cities nationwide
The Comelec first division says Alfredo Lim's petition was filed out of time – 8 days after Joseph Estrada had been proclaimed