2022 PH presidential race

CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Dictator’s son Marcos Jr., Duterte court Mindanao

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CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Dictator’s son Marcos Jr., Duterte court Mindanao

CAMPAIGN RALLY. UniTeam's Ferdinand Marcos Jr and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte rally voters in Quezon Province.

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

This week, Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. woos voters in Mindanao, a weak spot for the front runner based on voting data from the 2016 vice-presidential elections. With Marcos is President Rodrigo Duterte’s daughter, his running mate this year, Sara Duterte.

There’s so much history going against the dictator’s son in this region. The Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Mindanao (BARMM), for one, had just commemorated the 54th anniversary of the Jabidah Massacre, the murder of young Moro soldiers by the Marcos government, that is cited as the reason for the Moro revolution.

Davao Region was also a bastion of martial law opposition. But according to recent surveys, Marcos Jr. is the leading candidate in Mindanao, even beating Mindanaoan candidate Manny Pacquiao of General Santos City.

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WATCH: Marcos-Duterte campaign rally in Digos, Davao del Sur

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Marcos Jr’s speech at Carmen, Davao del Norte sortie

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Sara Duterte, UniTeam senators in Carmen, Davao del Norte

CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Dictator’s son Marcos Jr., Duterte court Mindanao
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Marcos group flexes muscles, secures Bombit Adiong, Joe Zubiri support

The governors of Lanao del Sur and Bukidnon provinces have vowed all-out support for the presidential bid of the late dictator’s son former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., and his running mate Davao Mayor Sara Duterte.

Governors Mamintal “Bombit” Adiong Jr. of Lanao del Sur and Jose Ma. “Joe” Zubiri came out with separate pledges of support at a time when the Leni Robredo-Sara Duterte (RoSa) campaign started picking up steam in Mindanao.

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