Tuesday, March 31, 2020


Home Topic Elections Page 3
electoral politics, electoral process

Farmers call for sobriety, support on issues as election campaign nears

A farmers’ federation in Ilocos appealed for sobriety and support on their issues from candidates across the region, as intense political rivalry becomes clear with the nearing of the campaign period.

Congressional race heats up in Ilocos Sur

The race for the House of Representatives in the First Congressional District of Ilocos Sur heats up with allegations and denials flying from the opposing camps as the campaign period draws near.

Baguio officials at odds over carnival at Children’s park

Baguio officials are at odds over the Baguio City Council-officials’ approval of the operation of a carnival at the Children’s Playground in Burnham Park.

First gun ban violator in CAR caught in Abra

Under the Comelec declared gun ban that begun on the 13th of January, the first violator caught in the Cordillera region was in Abra.

Lagayan mayor suspended for the third time

For alleged dishonesty and grave misconduct, the Abra provincial council suspended the mayor of Lagayan town for the third time.

Violence in Abra intensifies with another shooting in Lagayan

Like last year’s May barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections, Abra province may again end up among the country’s election “hot spots” as another election related violence erupts in Lagayan town.

Rebels say warlordism, vote buying rampant in Abra

The communist rebel forces operating in Abra province claimed that despite the different task force formed in the past to eliminate private armies and vote buying, the practice remains and continues to worsen in Abra.

Solon condemns killing of Pangsinan councilor

Kabataan partylist representative Sarah Elago condemned the "cold blooded murder" incumbent Councilor Benjamin Oculto, Jr, a vice-mayoral candidate for the 2019 poll, in Sto. Tomas town, calling it a "manifestation of election-related violence furled by the intensified fascism in the country."

Rival seeks to disqualify Chavit Singson

Edgardo Zaragoza is seeking the disqualification of former Ilocos Sur governor Luis Chavit Singson, his rival for the mayoral race in Narvacan, for not being a resident of the town.

Balaoan mayor, vice mayor ambushed, 2 dead

Unidentified gunmen killed Balaoan Vice Mayor Al-Fred Concepcion and escort Michael Ulep, and wounded his daughter, Balaoan Mayor Aleli Concepcion, in an ambush on November 14 in Barangay Cabua-an.

Farmers back claims on tobacco tax share misuse

The Solidarity of Peasants Against Exploitation (Stop Exploitation) recognized the statements made by Bernard Vicente, national president of the National Tobacco Farmers Association and Cooperatives, Inc. (NAFTAC), noting that “inappropriate use of billions of tobacco funds are obvious.”

It is ‘Clash of Clans’ in Ilocos Sur

This coming midterm elections, voters and non-voters in the province are up for a live and more exciting ‘Clash of Clans’, without the need for an internet connection.



Tugon ng inaapi at gutom na mamamayan, #ProtestFromHome sa Lambak ng Cagayan

Tumugon ang Cagayan Valley sa pambansang panawagan na #ProtestFromHome at sa gitna ng malawakang lockdown ay pinatunayan ng ilang mamamayan na maraming paraan upang iparating ang mga hinaing at makatarungang kahilingan sa pamahalaan.