This is one of the municipalities where the main protagonist fought it out in 2013. But this time with a twist.
The filing of COC (Certificate of Candidacy) has passed. We’ve seen a glimpse of what it’s going to be on May 2016 Elections.
A four-cornered fight has developed for the lone Congressional Disctrict of Abra. This position is quite important as the representative will give voice to Abrenians and lobby for the province’s needs at the National Level. Here’s our four candidates:
Who would ever thought it will come down to this? But again it’s politics…crazy things happen. For 9 years, the Bersamins and Valera/Bernos has maintained the political Status Qou, avoiding direct confrontation. But I guess something’s got to give. So here we are, a heavyweight bout featuring the top head huchos of each camp: Takit … Continue reading
I think this is the first time in Abra Politics that we will see two main women candidates fighting it out for the Governorship in Abra.
Tamac was one of the worse Barangay that was hit by typhoon Ineng. I wonder where are those calamity funds now? And where are the local officials? Oh I know, they are all on Facebook declaring their candidacy. ——- By Maria Teresa B. Benas VILLAVICIOSA, Abra, (PIA) — Education is by far the most significant … Continue reading