Voter perks! Restaurants, food chains offering discounts on May 9

Enjoy various freebies, upgrades, and more from these popular restos – all you have to do is show your inked voting finger! MANILA, Philippines – It’s Election Day in the Philippines! Have you cast your vote yet? If you already have, congratulations! Because you’ve done your part as a Filipino citizen, several restaurants, food chains, … Read more

Robredo sees huge voter preference drop in Calabarzon, Davao

Pulse Asia president Ronald Holmes says that voter preferences can still change, adding that ongoing house-to-house campaigns can still be a game changer of the election results on May 9 MANILA, Philippines – Presidential candidate Vice President Leni Robredo saw a huge drop in voter preference in Calabarzon and Davao Region, a 19-percentage point drop … Read more

[OPINYON] Swing voter

“The reason grandchildren and grandparents get along so well is that they have a common enemy.” — Sam Levenson Gaya ng nakagawian ko kapag sumasali ako sa essay-writing contest noong pre-Wikipedia high school, magsisimula ako sa isang epigraph to impress upon the judges na, huh, well-read ang nagsulat. Pipigain ko ang utak ko para matandaan … Read more

Filipino voter in Sweden receives 2 ballots, Comelec awaits report

MANILA, Philippines – A Filipino voter registered in Sweden sounded the alarm over possible irregularities after receiving two ballots for the overseas election from the Philippine embassy in Stockholm. In a Facebook post on Tuesday evening, April 12 (Stockholm time), the voter, who agreed to let Rappler report on his case provided his name be … Read more

[ANALYSIS] South Korea’s president-elect harnessed voter discontent. Now comes the hard part

Conservative People Power Party candidate Yoon Suk-yeol, a former prosecutor-general who had never run for office before, wins South Korea’s closest election in decades after a bruising campaign marred by scandals and gaffes SEOUL, South Korea – South Korea’s new president-elect harnessed widespread public discontent and disillusionment to win Wednesday’s (March 9) election but the … Read more