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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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Ghost voters abide in Taguig.
Government troops deployed in Negros Occidental after reported sightings of alleged private armed groups.
The head of COL Financial says elections will not have significant effect on the stock market.
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A new dynasty is born in Marinduque: Velasco's son is also reelected representative while his wife ...
Defeated vice presidential candidate Bongbong Marcos moves for the technical examination of ...
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