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Top stories on Politiko’s Snitch Network this week

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Election stories such as the Marcos-Duterte tandem triumph, Robredo’s ‘hindi pa tayo tapos’ remark, Robin leading Senate race, and Gibo’s 2025 option are among the favorite reads on Politiko Snitch this week.
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Election stories such as the Marcos-Duterte tandem triumph, Robredo’s ‘hindi pa tayo tapos’ remark, Robin leading Senate race, and Gibo’s 2025 option are among the favorite reads on Politiko Snitch this week.

1. ‘Hindi pa tayo tapos’: Robredo to kakampinks: Show love, stand for truth, stay active in communities

With the son of the late dictator bound for presidency, Presidential candidate Vice President Leni Robredo is not yet giving up the fight.

2. What if she wins but Marcos loses? Sara Duterte vows to ‘still work for our country’

Expect Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte Carpio to render genuine public service if she wins the vice presidency.

3. Marcos Jr, Sara Duterte emerge frontrunners in partial, unofficial vote tally

Former Senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr. is expected to take the reins of power in Malacañang as he emerged as the frontrunner in the presidential race based on the partial and unofficially count of votes.

4. Mo Twister on imminent win of 2 kids of ‘murderers’: ‘Once again, we are the laughing stock of the world’

Popular radio personality Mo Twister is disappointed with the turnout of the Philippines’ elections where the son of the dictator is on the verge of becoming the next president.

5. Family first: Lacson says he’s ‘going home’

Presidential candidate Senator Panfilo Lacson plans to return home and spend more time with his family. 

6. ‘Life must go on’: Mayor Isko focuses on city hall job as Marcos Jr bound to win

Presidential candidate Isko Moreno Domagoso has apparently accepted his fate in the race for the top government post.

7. Jake Ejercito respects poll turnout: Weep if you must, but be proud and not disheartened

Politiko scion Jake Ejercito has accepted the results of the presidential elections, saying it is part of the country’s democracy.

8. Surprised and humbled: Robin Padilla leads Senate race

Actor Robin Padilla has surged to first place in the senatorial race based on the partial and unofficial count of votes.

9. Mrs. Gibo Teodoro grateful for hubby’s 12.5 million votes: ‘Let’s build on this for 2025 and beyond’

After failing to reach the Senate’s winning circle, former Defense Secretary Gilberto “Gibo” Teodoro is apparently eyeing another election run in 2025.

10. Got inked! Politikos share voting selfies

The politikos including poll aspirants posted photos showing their inked finger after filling their ballots at their voting precincts.

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