The Cavite Rising’s coverage for the national and local elections.
Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr., the son and namesake of a late kleptocratic dictator, is now leading the country that once forced his family to flee into exile amid a popular uprising. As another Marcos returns to the seat of power, The Cavite Rising revisits his journey to the presidency.
President-elect Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. and his camp named previous government officials and other personalities who will serve as Cabinet secretaries for the incoming administration.
Kasunod ng proklamasyon ng Kongreso, naghahanda na si Vice President-elect Sara Duterte-Carpio para sa inaasahang pulong kasama ang kaniyang papalitang si Vice President Leni Robredo.
The Commission on Elections (Comelec) has ordered an investigation into the viral online post showing supposed election paraphernalia that were allegedly left in a vacant lot in Amadeo, Cavite.
Son of late dictator Bongbong Marcos Jr. have won the recent elections but his path to the presidency still faces legal hurdles. What would happen if his candidacy is declared void or he gets disqualified?
Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. is poised to return to power 36 years after his family fled the Philippines with the ouster of his dictator father in an uprising. The 64-year-old former senator is headed for a landslide victory in the country’s presidential race, according to partial and unofficial election results.
Incumbent Cavite governor Jonvic Remulla will have a new gubernatorial term with his running-mate Athena Tolentino after garnering more votes than their rivals.
Several political clans and incumbent mayors in Cavite will serve another three-year term after winning their respective reelection bids. Meanwhile, in other places, few neophytes defeated old names in politics.
It seems that breaking what has been established in their respective districts will be difficult, as members of the same big political families in the province were proclaimed winners in the May 9 elections.
Back in 2016, Marcos Jr. received support from big political clans in Cavite, but he still lost to Robredo in the vice-presidential race. Will it happen again, or will it be a different story this time around?