Who will follow the footsteps of Maxine Medina, Kylie Verzosa, and the queens of 2016?
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Under the Omnibus Election Code, candidates who fail to submit their Statements of Contributions and Expenditures two consecutive elections are barred from running for public office
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
Vicente Sotto III and Panfilo Lacson reveal their reasons for being absent from the proclamation ceremony for winning senatorial candidates
Behind the scenes, many celebrity watchers are disappointed that Mommy D, Sharon Cuneta, and Vilma Santos did not come to the ceremony
Social media users weigh in as the Philippines' 12 new senators are proclaimed
Winners of the 2016 senatorial race weigh in on President-elect Rodrigo Duterte's proposed policies on human rights, curfew, death penalty
On her 3rd try, the former party-list representative wins a Senate seat, saying, '[The] world is on its way when 15 million of you decided that an ordinary person can make it to the Upper Chamber'
The former chairman of Tesda acknowledges, a first-time senatorial candidate rises to almost number 1, with only 148,169 votes less than topnotcher Drilon's
(UPDATED) Comelec proclaimed the winners in the 2016 senatorial election: 5 newcomers, 3 reelectionists; 4 returning
Pre-election polls do not capture outcomes for Serge Osmeña, Joel Villanueva, and Francis Pangilinan
The camp of Leila de Lima hopes that Francis Tolentino, the 13th placer in the Senate race, 'will be able to admit his defeat'
Ex-police chief Panfilo Lacson tops the list of senatorial bets selected by absentee voters that include soldiers, cops, and media practitioners
While he may have received enough support to place him in the Magic 12 in this year's elections, others cannot take Manny Pacquiao seriously as a legislator
This is based on 121 out of 166 Certificates of Canvass (COCs) as of Monday, May 16
While waiting for the official count to finish, a running or partial tally is helpful so that observers can keep track of the canvassing of votes, but the Comelec says they want to release correct and accurate results
While a 100% turnout in certain precincts may show increased diligence in fulfilling civic duties, experts view it with suspicion, a possible indicator of poll cheating
A considerable number of voters skip the position of governor, where they have not been given alternative candidates
When it comes to 140-character sexual innuendos, even the Philippine elections isn't spared
6 other senatorial candidates are still fighting for the last 3 spots in the so-called Magic 12
'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
'I think junking has been done in the past, but it is not as effective as this one,' says Pulse Asia research director Ana Tabunda
Reelectionist Franklin Drilon is the leading senatorial candidate in 3 of 6 Bicol provinces
Daily trips to Davao during a 'transitional period'? Here are other things to expect from a Duterte presidency according to his wife, Honeylet Avanceña.
Pulse Asia research director Ana Tabunda explains why Joel Villanueva is leading in the senatorial race
(26th UPDATE) As of 8:17 am, former TESDA chief Joel Villanueva has 17,262,019 votes based on partial, unofficial election results
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
Most international news coverage of the upcoming polls focuses on survey front-runner Rodrigo Duterte and his similarities to Donald Trump
In 56 provinces – including 16 of the 20 most vote-rich ones – presidential and vice presidential candidates will be on their own despite the supposed party machinery and the support promised by local kingpins
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
The next vice president might win by a 'hairline,' based on the last SWS survey before voters troop to the polls on May 9
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'
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Around 545 candidates are running for various local positions without an opponent, making them sure winners after the May 9 elections
(UPDATED) Candidates are allowed to campaign only until May 7, when they will hold their miting de advance. They head to their home cities and provinces to cast their votes on May 9.
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.
Of the 13 candidates with a statistical chance of winning, 5 are with the ruling LP; 4 independent; 2 NPC, 1 UNA, 1 Akbayan