Know and evaluate your candidates! We’ve compiled a list of materials you can visit and go through, so you can decide who to vote for in the elections on Monday.
Rappler’s Senatorial Debate
Rappler.com brought together six senatoriables: Bam Aquino, Teddy Casino, Dick Gordon, Risa Hontiveros, Grace Poe and Bro. Eddie Villanueva. These candidates gathered for a debate that allowed for an exchange of ideas on issues that matter to them.
Movement for Good Governance Scorecard
Use the scorecard, prepared by the Movement for Good Governance, to assess your candidates. The scorecard is based on three key leadership criteria: effectiveness, empowering, and ethical leadership.
Ang Maboka, Ang Nambubuko, Ang Bumoboto: Role Perceptions in Philippine Elections
Communications Research students from the University of the Philippines-Diliman did a research study on the perceptions of voters, politicians and media practitioners on the Philippine elections. The result of their study categorized Filipino voters as objective, rational, relational, or any combination of these types.
My Vote, My MOVE: Choose your candidates
UP MOVE prepared a comprehensive list of candidates with their educational background, leadership advocacies as well as their stand on issues on the Reproductive Health Law, Freedom of Information Bill and the Sin Tax Law.
Botong Buwis-Buhay (B3) Campaign
Botong Buwis-Buhay (B3) campaign is an initiative of the Center for Strategic Reforms of the Philippines (CSR Philippines). It aims to provide a specific set of qualifications for voters to consider in choosing their candidates. The B3 campaign pushes forward the tax reform agenda.
33 candidates are vying for only 12 seats in the senate. Take time to get to know the candidates and vote wisely.
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