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‘Recall vs Danao mayor sufficient in form’

August 11, 2011

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DANAO City Vice Mayor Ramon “Nito” Durano III yesterday expressed jubilation over what he calls winning the first round in his campaign to unseat his elder brother, the mayor. The Commission on Elections (Comelec) has certified his petition seeking the recall of Mayor Ramon “Boy” Durano Jr. as “sufficient” in form. Copies of the Aug. […]

Sanchez camp confident of victory in recount

July 27, 2011

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by Ador Vincent Mayol, Reporter Cebu Daily News   THERE’S no official word yet from the Commission on Elections (Comelec) but the camp of the late vice governor Gregorio Sanchez believed that his victory in last year’s elections would be affirmed. Sanchez’ eldest daughter Grecilda said her father led by about 12,500 votes days ahead […]

Osmeña Blvd. for beauty fund-raiser?

July 27, 2011

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  Proponents of the “Road Revolution” that seeks a vehicle-free and pollution-free Osmeña Boulevard on Sundays may find themselves joined by another group. The Beautiful Cebu Movement (BCM) also wants to use Osmeña Boulevard on Aug. 14, a Sunday, for an event called Domingo sa Sugbo to highlight Cebuano art and culture. Janice Minor, Cebuana […]

Gwen LP won’t gain from move vs Soco protest

July 25, 2011

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THE Liberal Party won’t stand to gain in its bid to intervene in the election protest filed by businessman Glenn Anthony Soco against the late Cebu vice gov. Gregorio Sanchez Jr. Cebu Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia, who was Soco’s running mate in the 2010 elections, said that the Liberal Party’s representative, the late vice governor Sanchez […]

‘Arroyo really won in Cebu’ –Provincial Comelec

July 25, 2011

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Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo won the 2004 presidential elections in Cebu fair and square. “You could not do poll fraud” in the province, said Lionel Marco Castillano, provincial supervisor who served as election officer in Daanbantayan in 2004. “You could see that in the voting and in the canvassing of votes in the precinct, all parties were […]

Mandaue City Vice Mayor Carlo Fortuna looks beyond poll loss

June 7, 2010

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FORTUNA LOOKS BEYOND POLL LOSS “I can still make a difference” Vice Mayor Carlo Pontico Fortuna of Mandaue City got the shock of his life when he lost by a wide margin to Glen Bercede of the Liberal Party in the May 10 elections.   His  presidential candidate, Manny Villar, ranked a far third in Mandaue […]

LOCAL PROCLAMATION OF NEW GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS

May 13, 2010

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WINNING CANDIDATES MAY 10, 2010 FINAL ELECTION RESULTS (Winners proclaimed by Cebu Provincial Board of Canvassers) CEBU PROVINCIAL GOVERNOR Gwendolyn Garcia CEBU PROVINCIAL VICE GOVERNOR Gregorio Sanchez FIRST DISTRICT Congressman Eduardo Gullas – 209,208 votes Cebu Provincial Board Members Julian Daan – 156,341 votes Sergio Restauro – 63,458 votes SECOND DISTRICT Congressman Pablo Garcia – […]

WHAT REALLY HAPPENED IN BOGO STANDOFF

May 12, 2010

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WHAT REALLY HAPPENED IN BOGO STANDOFF ON ELECTION DAY Tensions flared in Bogo City after Mayor Celestino “Junie” Martinez Jr. and his supporters blocked the convoy of Rep. Benhur Salimbangon who was on his way to the Pulang Bato Elementary School on election day. Martinez wanted Salimbangon’s service vehicle, a Ford Expedition and his back […]

VICE GUBERNATORIAL RACE UPDATE

May 11, 2010

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KAPISANAN NG MGA BRODKASTER NG PILIPINAS (KBP) (initial / unofficial results) BALICOCO, Eladia M. (Philippine Green Republican Party) – 6, 855 SANCHEZ, Gregorio Jr., G. (Liberal Party) – 421, 667 SOCO, Glenn (Lakas-Kampi-CMD) – 401, 528

PPCRV Count 2010

May 11, 2010

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“The PPCRV-KBP 2010 Count is based on the printed election returns generated by the Precinct Count Optical Scan (PCOS) machines before the returns are transmitted to the city/municipal Board of Election Inspectors, the COMELEC server, and the KBP/PPCRV server.” President 1 AQUINO, Benigno Simeon III C. 12,097,554 2 ESTRADA EJERCITO, Joseph M. 7,660,547 3 VILLAR, […]