PHvote | May 13, 2013 (6am-12nn)

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#PHvote 2013 - Rappler’s coverage of the midterm elections. (6am to 12nn)

MANILA, Philippines – Welcome to #PHvote 2013, Rappler’s coverage of the midterm elections anchored by Maria Ressa with Ayee Macaraig in Cebu, Natashya Gutierrez in Cavite, Carmela Fonbuena in Pangasinan, Katherine Visconti in Taguig City, Aya Lowe in Makati, Ace Tamayo in Quezon City, Patricia Evangelista and Jerald Uy in Manila and Angela Casauay in Cotabato City.

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Look back on our coverage:

  • Live updates on elections in Pangasinan, Cavite, and Manila.

     

  • Vote buying and fears of power failure mark the last hours before polls open.
  • The Philippine National Police reports various election-related violence incidents nationwide.

  • Live updates on elections in Cavite, Quezon City, and Manila.Vote buying and fears of power failure mark the last hours before polls open.
  • The Philippine National Police reports various election-related violence incidents nationwide.
  •  Zamboanga del Norte police file charges against Zamboanga del Norte Gov Rolando Yebes.
  • Ghost voters abide in Taguig.

  • Live updates on elections in Quezon City, and Manila, and Comelec.
  • One Cebu accuses regional police of harassing its candidates and supporters on the eve of elections.
  • Pangasinan provincial elections supervisor Marino Salas: children should not be used to distribute campaign materials on election day.
  • Government troops deployed in Negros Occidental after reported sightings of alleged private armed groups.  

  • A live interview with Risa Hontiveros.
  • Live updates on elections in Cebu.
  • One Cebu accuses regional police of harassing its candidates and supporters on the eve of elections.
  • Pangasinan provincial elections supervisor Marino Salas: children should not be used to distribute campaign materials on election day.
  • Government troops are deployed in Negros Occidental after reported sightings of alleged private armed groups.
  • The Liberal Party may be waging one-on-one battles in more areas than necessary.

  • A live interview with Professor Amado Mendoza.
  • Live updates on elections in Maguindanao.
  • Improvised explosive devices are found in Shariff Aguak, Maguindanao before voting precincts opened.
  •  14,000 troops deployed to guard towns and villages in Western Mindanao.
  • The head of COL Financial says elections will not have significant effect on the stock market.

  • Live updates on elections from Quezon City.
  • Up to 96 polling precincts have not received their ballot-counting machines, memory cards, and other election materials.
  • Energy department releases power outlook for the country.
  • A Catholic bishop tells mass goers not to vote candidates who asked for endorsements from the Iglesia ni Cristo.

– Rappler.com

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