Roxas needs to get his mojo back. He should not rely solely on President Aquino's endorsement or the narrative of continuity.
Throughout the past 3 decades, presidential endorsements have rarely changed the dynamics of the elections, which was more determined by popularity, in benign cases, or outright vote-rigging, as allegedly the case in 2004
Ako si Mar Roxas, tinatanggap ko ang hamon ng ating mga Boss: Itutuloy, palalawakin, at ipaglalaban ang Daang Matuwid
Liberal Party president-on-leave Manuel Roxas II launches his presidential bid on Friday, July 31. His biggest lesson from 2010? 'Don't take things for granted.'
The President’s endorsement of Mar Roxas simplifies the political equation. He becomes the new center of political gravity.
The stakes are high in the 2016 elections. President Aquino cannot waver any longer.
The meeting comes a day after the President spent 4 hours with Senator Grace Poe to discuss the 2016 elections
Would the 1998 scenario of Fidel Ramos and Renato de Villa happen today between the President and standard-bearer-in-waiting Mar Roxas?
The key to victory in 2016 is a (still) popular president endorsing a popular candidate
President Benigno Aquino III gives the unsolicited advice two days after Vice President Jejomar Binay topped an independent poll on potential presidential aspirants