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ELECTION inspectors are in for a busy week before May 9, when they’ll have to test vote counting machines (VCMs) and get final briefings about voter receipts, among other tasks.
A POLICE team that arrested a suspected drug pusher chanced upon an investigator allegedly using shabu inside the suspect’s house and arrested him, too.
WITH the May 9 elections fast approaching, former Cebu governor Emilio “Lito” Osmeña said about 60 percent of the 2.7 million Cebuano voters will choose Davao City Mayor Rodrido “Digong” Duterte for president.
THE Cebu City Council has approved the P10,000 annual cash assistance for all qualified public elementary and high school teachers in the city.
UNLIKE previous elections, inmates who want to vote in the May 9 elections will have to secure a court order so they can be brought to their polling precincts.
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This was the reaction of Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama to criticisms he received on the timing of the distribution of the 28 new patrol cars for the Cebu City Police Office (CCPO).
FORMER Regional Trial Court (RTC) judge Meinrado Paredes urged the public to vote wisely in the May 9 polls, particularly in choosing the country’s next president.
SOME 60 police officials showed their skills in marksmanship in an activity as part of the preparation for May 9 polls in Barangay Pusok, Lapu-Lapu City last Friday.
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