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Former [[Batangas]] governor Armand Sanchez, who was running under the [[Nacionalista Party]] (NP) for re-election in the May polls, passed away on Tuesday night after suffering a brain hemorrhage while campaigning. According to Sanchez’s running mate Edwin Ermita, the 57-year-old was giving a speech to the employees of the Ladeco feed mill in [[Lipa City]] on Monday afternoon when he collapsed and had to be brought to the hospital. It was found that Sanchez was suffering from over-fatigue, which compounded by his diabetes and hypertension ailments caused swelling and bleeding in his brain. A three-hour brain surgery at the Mary Mediatrix Medical Center also in Lipa City revealed that the damage caused by the hematoma...[http://thepoc.net/breaking-news/elections-2010/6293-np-candidate-for-gov-of-batangas-passes-away.html read more]
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The country is gearing up for its first ever automated polls on May 10 – and as important as the exercise of the right to vote is every [[Filipino|Filipino's]] duty to safeguard and protect those votes from all forms of fraud and violence.
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Empowering voters with information relevant to the automated election system (AES) and mobilizing them to ensure a clean and transparent polls, the Center for People's Empowerment in Governance (CenPEG) and the Computer Professional's Union (CPU) organized the National Conference on Citizen Electoral Monitoring on April 24, 2010...[http://thepoc.net/breaking-news/elections-2010/6333-qcitizensq-unite-for-clean-and-honest-elections.html read more]
  
 
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Revision as of 09:01, 29 April 2010

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The country is gearing up for its first ever automated polls on May 10 – and as important as the exercise of the right to vote is every Filipino's duty to safeguard and protect those votes from all forms of fraud and violence.

Empowering voters with information relevant to the automated election system (AES) and mobilizing them to ensure a clean and transparent polls, the Center for People's Empowerment in Governance (CenPEG) and the Computer Professional's Union (CPU) organized the National Conference on Citizen Electoral Monitoring on April 24, 2010...read more