Robredo's supporters take to social media to congratulate her
Is time spent with a presidential candidate a measure of Iglesia preference?
Before formally assuming her Senate seat, the ex-justice secretary and former election lawyer will be Robredo's consultant
'It was a very measured increase in the votes that doesn't seem to follow what our internal surveys are saying,' Senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr says
Daily trips to Davao during a 'transitional period'? Here are other things to expect from a Duterte presidency according to his wife, Honeylet Avanceña.
Duterte's election day message: 'Let’s begin to forget and start healing. I would like to reach the hands of my opponents. Let us be friends.'
The front runner, presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte, has effectively recast the country’s number one problem from poverty to criminality and drugs
A former journalist, who has voted in 9 Philippine presidential elections, urges Filipinos to elect a qualified president in an honest election
Hashtags for 4 out of the Philippines' 5 presidential candidates make an impact on Twitter on the last day of campaigning
'The real issue with Marcos Jr is his denial of the atrocities of Martial Law that his father ordered and presided over'
Facebook reveals who users were talking about in election-related conversations for nearly 6 months
Can the country survive May 9? Of course it will or at the very least muddle through.
'I hope to God for the sake of our country that all of the things you've promised are lies'
From do's and don'ts during voting to candidates' views and plans, Rappler's got you covered
His name is a betrayal, Jesus and Joseph and Mary blistering the tongue. Watch your back, check your pockets – and mourn the man who could have been.
Rivals of the presidential race front runner are banking on the Trillanes exposé to give them a fighting chance on May 9
Have you googled any of the candidates lately? We did and here's what we saw.
The presidential bet explains his platform on crime, education, and health but leaves top businessmen with questions about his economic policies
Mar Roxas is in vote-rich Cebu for the 3rd time, where Duterte is the favored bet
'He is a liar. He fabricated it,' says Duterte of vice presidential candidate Antonio Trillanes IV
It's safe to say that this is now Duterte's election to lose. The only way he can be stopped is if Roxas and Binay voters shift to their second choice, which is usually Poe.
Marcos maintains lead in ABS-CBN vice presidential survey; Sotto, Drilon are top picks for Senate
The roster of presidential and vice presidential bets for the 2016 elections shows how intertwined the lives of these candidates have been
People cry out for strong leadership, leadership that's willing to kill. We’ve slept with that kind of leader, and got raped as a nation. Now we’re flirting again with another strong man.
The debate on Sunday, April 24, follows a town hall format – questions are sourced from sectoral representatives across the country. Candidates also challenge each other in a 'face-off' segment.
This disproportionate nature of pro-Duterte voices is the first element to what I would now call the makings of a real – and first – fascist movement in the country
The 2 parties say they share many things in common, including a stand against crime, corruption, and poverty
Davao is a city; Mayor Duterte is running to be president of an entire country. Name me a single all-out national drug war that has worked, and I will vote for Duterte.
'I might have really okayed it but to say I really read it carefully, no, it just passed through my hands,' says Duterte about his apology for his rape remarks
In 1989, when the final assault was made at 3 pm, the Australian was dead but 5 Filipina hostages were still inside a cell along with the hostage-takers
The environmental network Green Vote 2016 tries to grade the candidates. Rappler does its own research to give a full picture of their stand on 6 environmental issues.
(2ND UPDATE) Senator Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr is the top choice in Metro Manila, the rest of Luzon, and also among voters in class ABC and class D, according to the ABS-CBN-commissioned poll conducted in early April
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Social media users are not too pleased with the format of ABS-CBN's #HarapanBise vice presidential debate
From transportation to martial law, vice presidential candidates are asked how they would perform if elected
Though absent from the ABS-CBN vice presidential debate, Senator Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr is again criticized by his fellow Nacionalista Party members
Who among the vice presidential candidates generate the most positive and most negative sentiments among Twitter users during the Comelec-sponsored debate?
'Kahit naman sa Kongreso o sa Senado katrabaho natin sila. Di naman nangangahulugan na pagdating sa punto na gagawin ang batas ay di na patas'
Duterte's ex-wife Elizabeth responds, 'We've always been friends ever since. We are also married in the church. So in my situation, I'm still married.'
Bongbong Marcos' narrative of denial has gained traction. It exploits the already weak collective memory of Filipinos and has hijacked the unread past.
For Vice President Jejomar Binay, a tan line on his wrist proves persistence in his campaign
'Hindi ko talaga ma i-stop as in stop. For as long as there is society, and there are men and women and children in a society, there will always be crime,' says Duterte
(UPDATED) Camarines Sur Representative Leni Robredo and Senator Francis Escudero are statistically tied for second place
Ahead of the 3rd presidential debate to be held on Pangasinan on Sunday, April 24, MovePH brings the #PHVote challenge to the vote-rich province
The results are at odds with several other recent national and university polls
During the Comelec debate on Sunday, April 10, some vice presidential candidates also propose an independent government telecom regulator