It’s the final stretch for 2022 presidential aspirants as they cast their votes in their respective polling stations during the early hours of election day.
Filipinos will vote for their next group of leaders today, May 9, until 7pm in polling stations nationwide. May 9 is also the deadline for absentee voting abroad.
Candidates for the presidency are not exempt from voting and are required to vote together with the citizens.
Here’s where some of them exercised their constitutional right to vote:
Leody De Guzman
Labor leader Leody De Guzman voted al Cainta Elementary School together with his family.
Some of his supporters have taken images with him in and out of the district.
Manila Mayor Isko Moreno Domagoso, more commonly known as Moreno, voted Magat Salamat elementary school in Tondo, Manila, the neighborhood where he spent his childhood.
relationships he said he skipped the lines. A reporter made it clear while Moreno “jumped the line out of school, he went straight to his cluster district, but waited a few minutes outside the classroom.
“It took Isko about 15 minutes from arriving at the school to vote,” reports the STAR.
Moreno also shared a photo of his index finger in indelible ink as proof that he voted.
The senator cast his vote at the Bayan Luma Primary School 1 in Imus, Cavite.
He is the first presidential aspirant to have voted among its rivals.
Based on his Facebook post, he voted at 7am
Ferdinando Marco Jr.
The presidential candidate exercised his right to vote in home town of his father, the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos Sr.
Marcos Jr. voted al Mariano Marcos Memorial Primary School in Batac, North Ilocos. The school is named after his grandfather.
He was spotted with his sister, Irene Marcos-Araneta, wearing red, the color of their well-known political family.
relationships he said police officers inspected ground media cameras prior to their cover duties.
The legislator launch his vote before noon at SPED Center of Kiamba Central School in Kiamba, Sarangani.
Similar to Moreno, hey too reportedly skipped the lines.
However, in another relationshiphe said he didn’t cut his tail.
Pacquiao posted a photo of him posing after voting. He captioned it with a Filipino flag emoji.
The vice president cast her vote on the Carangcang Elementary School in Camarines Sur where you reportedly he waited his turn despite being a public official.
So reported that the presidential aspirant chatted with some people while in line.