Published with permission from Dino Manrique of filipinocreative.com from “WHY THERE IS STILL HOPE FOR THE OPPOSITION AND WHAT WE CAN DO TO HELP THEM”… Read More »How we can help the Senatorial candidates in the Opposition
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Generosity & patience made me reconsider the senatorial candidates to vote for this upcoming May 2019 elections
I came across Ding Velasco’s post from Inday Varona’s timeline.The post struck me because it was generosity and patience from my readers that made me… Read More »Generosity & patience made me reconsider the senatorial candidates to vote for this upcoming May 2019 elections
We are now less than a month away from the May 13 Philippine elections. There is now a frenzy of last-minute campaigning everywhere as candidates try to reach as many voters as they can within the remaining days of the official campaign period.
I found myself, these last few days, checking my tentative vote list. There were people on the administration’s ticket that I think deserved my vote. There were also people on the opposition’s list who I was iffy about.
What was my deal breaker? Given the current state of governance, what, in my view, was the priority that would determine who I should vote for?
Here’s how I came up with my present list of candidates and it is by no means final, given that we still have a little less than 4 weeks to go.
Submit your examples of election-related misinformation at contact @ blogwatch.tv . Read the article below to find examples. Negative campaigning and black propaganda have been recurrent themes … Read More »7 examples of election-related misinformation & disinformation. Submit your examples too.