Lagayan, Abra. A barangay council aspirant was gunned to death on October 16, 2013 at Sitio Calungbuyan, Brgy. Pulot, Lagayan, Abra.
BY: MARIA TERESA B. BENAS BANGUED, Abra, Sept. 11(PIA) — Local leaders and authorities in Abra representing various groups and sectors have come up with their strategic plan of action to sustain the gains of the May 2013,which was described as the most peaceful and orderly elections in the province.
Tomorrow (July 1st), the newly elected officials will formally take their seat of office. The winning candidates are back in Abra, after sorties abroad to celebrate their victory, just in time for taking their oath of office. This should also formally end the Elections 2013 (note: Some candidates has filed election protests and the manual … Continue reading
Three weeks (July 1, 2013) from now, the winners of the 2013 Elections will be assuming their respective offices. And for 3 years new and old faces will either make or break the dreams of Abrenians for a better government. I hope they are ready..
There’s still alot of debates going on regarding the automated system that happened in the May 2013 elections. Many doubted the outcome of the elections due mainly of reported PCOS malfunctions, CF (Compact Flash) Cards corruption or tampering and the reputation of Smartmatic, the company who developed the software.
We just posted the results of the Elections 2013 broken down into Municipalities. These results are based on the COMELEC data. You can view them through the drop down menu on these pages: https://news.abrenian.com/election-2013-results/ https://news.abrenian.com/election-2013-result-page-2/
(philstar.com) BAGUIO CITY, Philippines – Abra town executives led by League of Mayors’ President and re-elected La Paz town mayor Joseph Sto Nino Bernos downplayed reports that the province has become a “ghost town” after the May 13 polls.
Bangued, Abra. After few weeks of break, Jueteng resumes its operations today. The number game is being held twice a day. Once at 12 noon and another at 6 pm.
By Jonathan Llanes, The Maryknoller JUST came back from Bangued in Abra Province after being deployed by our station PTV 4 to cover the electoral process for this year’s midterm elections and guess what, the expected bloody elections was nil.
MANILA – Some areas in the province of Abra became virtual “ghost towns” two days after the mid-term elections. One of Abra’s voters, “Leah” (not her real name), said this is a normal occurrence in the election hotspot after the polls. “Sobrang takot din ng mga tao dito, kaya nasanay na din sila na kapag … Continue reading