SAMPLE BALLOT


Ilang araw na lang at magluluklok na naman tayo ng mga bagong pinuno sa ating bayan. Ilang buwan din silang nangampanya sa Telebisyon at nagtungo pa sa inyong lugar, marahil nakamayan mo pa sila. Ilang forum at interviews din ng mga pulitiko nalo na sa pagka-senador ang napanood natin. Nakapili ka na ba sa kanila? Sana, ngayong ilang araw na lang ay handang-handa ka na talaga, Tulad ko, isang first time voter ngayong darating na Mayo 14, isang estudyante at isang kabataan na nangangarap na pwede pang magising ang ating bayan sa matagal nitong pagkakatulog. Kaya di ko aaksayahin ang isa kong boto. Narito ang sample ballot ko sana mag MAGIC 12 nga.

1. KARAPATAN

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Benigno Aquino III Genuine Opposition “My father died for democracy. My mother fought for democracy. They believed that if we make democracy work in our country, the government would be accountable to the people. I believe as they did. My advocacy is centered in making the institutions of democratic governance work so that it takes root and serves the interests of the many as against those of the few and powerful. In a working democracy, government would be able to provide the basic infrastructure so that basic services are available to everyone. In a working democracy there government exists to ensure the equitable distribution of opportunities and resources. Democracy will be the solid foundation on which economic progress would be based. This is the path I chose to take. It is not easy considering the many challenges. But I am not afraid because I know you believe as I do in doing what is right for our country. I only ask for your vote. “

“I am determined to continue the fight started by my father and my mother to see that democracy takes root and is strengthened in our country. This cannot happen in a government that serves the interest of the powerful few. We must strengthen the institutions of government so that they truly serve the interests of our people.” PLATFORM: In the light of attempts to weaken our democracy, I therefore stand to; 1. Strengthen the Senate as an independent branch of government; 2. Continue to hold government to account for its excesses and misgovernance; 3. Resist Charter Change if done to serve the selfish interests of the few and if the process     circumvents that prescribed by the constitution; 4. Oppose all attempts to impose a repressive government, and more importantly; and

5. Be the voice of the powerless and the oppressed, those who do not have access to our     government and are, thus, victims of injustice.

 

2.KALUSUGAN

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Martin Donato Bautista Ang Kapatiran MARTIN DONATO BAUTISTA Medical Doctor (Gastroenterologist), Former Overseas Worker • Education and Training o Graduate, University of the Philippines (BS Zoology), 1984 o Graduate, University of the Philippines, College of Medicine, 1989 o Internship, State University of New York, Brooklyn, 1990–1991 o Residency, Internal Medicine, State University of New York, Brooklyn, 1991– 1993 o Fellowship, General Internal Medicine, State University of New York, Brooklyn, 1993–1994 o Fellowship, Gastroenterology, State University of New York, Brooklyn, 1994– 1996 • Professional Experience o Staff Physician, Regional Health Care Centers, Guymon, Oklahoma, USA, 1996– 1990 o Medical Specialist, Specialty Clinics of St. Anne, Guymon, Oklahoma, USA, since 1998 • Online Journal: http://onmywayhome.blogstream.com • Email Address: martinb@ptsi.net 3.EDUKASYON, KALUSUGAN

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Alan Peter Cayetano

Genuine Oposition Personal information: Date of Birth: October 28, 1970Place of Birth: Mandaluyong CityCivil Status: MarriedSpouse: Ma. Laarni Lopez-CayetanoAge: 36   Education Ateneo Law School, 1997; admitted to the Bar, 1998UP Diliman, BA Political Science, 1993De La Salle-Zobel, High School   Profession/occupation: Lawyer/ Representative, Taguig & Pateros   Work experience Representative, Taguig and Pateros, 1998-2007 (11th to 13th Congress)Partner, Cayetano Sebastian Dado & Cruz Law Offices, 1998Vice Mayor, Taguig, June 1995 (upon resignation of then incumbent vice mayor)Councilor, Taguig, 1992   Voting record Yes:RA 8749 Philippine Clean Air Act (11th Congress)No to the 2005 & 2006 junking of the impeachment complaint against President Arroyo (13th Congress)Endorsed verified complaint for impeachment against President Estrada (11th Congress) Attendance* N/A   Advocacy Health and education 4.PABAHAY

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Michael Defensor

Team Unity Personal information: Date of Birth: June 30, 1969Place of Birth: ManilaStatus: MarriedSpouse: Julie Rose Tactacan DefensorNumber of children: 4Age: 37   Education University of the Philippines, Master in Public Administration; UP, BA History; UP Integrated School & Niles McKinley High School (Ohio)   Profession/occupation: Businessman/Public official   Work experience Presidential Chief of Staff-Office of the president, 2006-2007Secretary, Department of Environment & Natural Resources, 2004-2006Secretary, Housing & Urban Development Coordinating Council, 2001-2004Representative-Quezon City 3rd District, 1995-2001 (10th & 11th Congress)Councilor-Quezon City, 1992-1995   Voting record YesRA 8752 Anti-Dumping Act (11th Congress)NoRA 8762 Retail Trade Liberalization Act (11th Congress)RA 8791 General Banking Law (11th Congress)RA 8792 Electronic Commerce Act (11th Congress)Abstained:RA 8749 Philippine Clean Air Act (11th Congress)Endorsed verified complaint for impeachment of President Estrada (11th Congress)One of the complainants to the impeachment case against President Estrada (11th Congress)   Advocacy Housing program, agrarian reform   5.KAAYUSAN

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Francis Chiz Escudero

Genuine Oposition Francis Joseph Guevara Escudero or Chiz was raised by parents who were both educators. His father, Salvador H. Escudero III, served twice as Department of Agriculture secretary. He earned his bachelor’s degree in political science and in law at the University of the Philippines. He later went to Georgetown University Law Center in Washington for his master’s degree in international and comparative law. He served his first term in the 11th Congress in 1998 and Assistant Majority Floor Leader and Senior Deputy Majority Leader in the 12th Congress in 2001 and in the present 13th Congress as House Minority Floor Leader. Cool and confident, quick with his words, and unwavering in his commitments and conviction, Chiz at 37, is in his prime. If his political mentors rewarded him with a smile and a pat on the back for what he accomplished as a boy of 28, they now regard him with respect and value his professional advice. AWARDS

  • 2005 The Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) Awardee in Youth Leadership
  • Gawad Papuri Awardee, April 2002
  • Outstanding Congressman of the Year (Philippine Youth Association for Public Affairs, Inc.) February 2002
  • Most Outstanding Congressman of the 1st Session of the 12th Congress (League of the Press Association of the Philippines) May 2002
  • One of the Outstanding Solons of the 12th Congress (Public Eye Magazine) 2002
  • Legislator of the Year (Philippine Media Research and Progress Report, Inc.), Sept. 2000
  • Top Congressman (Pillars of the New Republic) 1999, 2000, 2001
  • One of the Outstanding Solons of the 12th Congress (Public Eye Magazine) 2001
  • Leaders of the 12th Congress (Pillars of the New Republic) 2001 & 2002
  • Most Outstanding Solon (League of Press Associations of the Philippines.), 1998, 1999, 2000
  • Outstanding Public Servant of the Year (National Media Statistics Research News Publication), Aug. 2000
  • Exceptional Young Achievers (Development of Filipino Writers, Inc.) June 2000
  • Grand Advocate of Press Freedom (League of Press Associations of the Philippines.) Nov. 1999
  • Youth Achiever in the Government Sector (Development of the Filipino Youth) June 1999
  • 9th KBP Golden Dove Awardee, Best Public Affairs Program 2000, “Magandang Umaga, Bayan,” Angel Radio, DZAR 1026AM

EDUCATION

  • Elementary – High School – U.P. Integrated School, 1975-1985
  • B.A. Political Science – U.P. Diliman 1985-1988
  • Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) – U.P. Diliman, 1989-1993
  • Masters in International and Comparative Law – Georgetown University Law Center, Washington D.C., 1995-1996

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Representative of the 1st District of Sorsogon, 11th, 12th, 13th Congress
  • Columnist, “Say Chiz”, Abante and Abante Tonite
  • Program Anchor, Usapang de Campanilla, DZMM
  • Senior Lecturer, U.P. College of Law
  • Lecturer, Ateneo de Manila University Graduate School
  • Commander, Philippine Navy Reserve Command
  • Partner, Escudero Marasigan Vallente & Villareal Law Office

ORGANIZATIONS

  • Secretary General, United Opposition (UNO), (2004-2006)
  • Honorary Member, PMA Class ‘8
  • National Press Club
  • Integrated Bar of the Philippines (1994 – present)
  • Secretary General, Association of Law Students of the Philippines, (1992-1993)
  • Alpha Phi Beta Debating Team, (1991 U.P. Open Debate Champion)
  • Alpha Phi Beta Fraternity
  • Order of the Purple Feather, U.P. Law Honor Society (1989-1993)

6.KATAHIMIKAN

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Gringo Honasan

Indipendent Personal information: Date of Birth: March 14, 1948Place of Birth: Baguio CityCivil Status: MarriedSpouse: Jane UmaliNo. of children: 5Age: 58 Education Tertiary: Asian Institute of Management, Master in Business Management; Philippine Military Academy, 1971Secondary: Don Bosco SchoolPrimary: San Beda College Profession/occupation: former senator Work experience Senator, 1995-2004Commandant, Special Operations School, Philippine Army Training Command in Fort Magsaysay, Nueva Ecija, 1986-1987Chief of Security of the Ministry of National Defense, 1981-1986Philippine Army: Home Defense Force Group; 1st Composite Infantry BattalionBill that became lawRA 8368 ‘ Anti-squatting Law Repeal Act of 1997RA 9003 ‘ Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000   Voting record YesRA 9160 Anti-Money Laundering Act (12th Congress)RA 9166 Promoting welfare of AFP (12th Congress)RA 9182 Special Purpose Vehicle Act (12th Congress)RA 9189 Overseas Absentee Voting Act (12th Congress)RA 9211 Tobacco Regulation Act (12th Congress)RA 8749 Philippine Clean Air Act (11th Congress)RA 8752 Anti-Dumping Act (11th Congress)RA 8762 Retail Trade Liberalization Act (11th Congress)RA 8791 General Banking Law (11th Congress)In favor of the RP-US Visiting Forces Agreement (1999) 7.KAAYUSAN

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Panfilo Ping Lacson

Genuine Oposition Personal information: Date of Birth: June 1, 1948Place of Birth: CaviteCivil Status: MarriedSpouse: Alice de Perio LacsonNo. of children: 3Age: 58 Education Philippine Military Academy, 1971; Imus Institute, High School Profession/occupation: Senator Work experience Senator, 2001-2007 (12th to 13th Congress)Chief, Philippine National Police, 1999-2001Chief, Presidential Anti-Organized Crime Task Force, 1998Project Officer, Special Project Alpha, 1996Chief, Task Force Habagat, 1992-1995Provincial Director, Laguna PC, 1992Commander, Cebu Metrodiscom, 1989-1992Provincial Commander, Isabela PC, 1988-1989PC-INP Anti Carnapping Task Force, 1986-1988Metrocom Intelligence & Security Group, 1971-1986 Voting record YesRA 9367 Biofuels Act (13th Congress)RA 9344 Juvenile Justice & Welfare Act (13th Congress)RA 9160 Anti-Money Laundering Act (12th Congress)RA 9166 Promoting welfare of AFP (12th Congress)RA 9182 Special Purpose Vehicle Act (12th Congress)RA 9189 Overseas Absentee Voting Act (12th Congress)RA 9211 Tobacco Regulation Act (12th Congress)NoRA 9334 Increasing Excise Tax Rates of Alcohol and Tobacco (13th Congress) Advocacy Health, order, environment   8.KARAPATAN

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Francis Kiko Pangilinan

Indipendent Personal information: Date of Birth: August 24, 1963Place of Birth: ManilaStatus: MarriedSpouse: Sharon CunetaNo. of children: 3Age: 43 Education John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Masters in Public Administration; University of the Philippines College of Law; University of the Philippines, BA English; La Salle Greenhills, High School Profession/occupation: Lawyer/Senator Work experience Senator, 2001-2007 (12th & 13th Congress)Senior Partner, Franco Pangilinan Tolentino Ringler & Santo Law OfficesLegal Analyst, ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp.Head, ABS-CBN legal deskHost & Anchor, various television & radio programs Voting record YesRA 9369 Automated Election System Act (13th Congress)RA 9367 Biofuels Act (13th Congress)RA 9334 Increasing Excise Tax Rates of Alcohol and Tobacco (13th Congress)RA 9335 Attrition Act (13th Congress)RA 9344 Juvenile Justice & Welfare Act (13th Congress)RA 9160 Anti-Money Laundering Act (12th Congress)RA 9166 Promoting welfare of AFP (12th Congress)RA 9182 Special Purpose Vehicle Act (12th Congress)RA 9211 Tobacco Regulation Act (12th Congress) Advocacy Human rights, public accountability of government officials, poverty alleviation through education 9.EDUKASYON

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Sonia Roco

Genuine Oposition Personal information: Date of birth: July 20, 1944Spouse: late Senator Raul RocoNo. of children: 6Age: 62 Education Ateneo de Manila University, Masters in Communication Arts and in Social Psychology; St. Joseph’s College, Education Profession/occupation: Educator Work experience Co-founder, Our School, center for Early Childhood Education of the Ateneo Psychology DepartmentOwner, Live and Learn Preschool, Loyola QC Voting record N/A Attendance* N/A Advocacy Education. 10.LABAN SA KATIWALIAN

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Antonio Trillanes IV

Genuine Oposition Personal information: Date of Birth: August 6, 1971Spouse: Arlene G. OrejanaNo. of Children: 3 (1 died)Age: 35 Education University of the Philippines, Master in Public Administration; Philippine Military Academy, BS Naval Systems Engineering, 1995; Angelicum School, High School, 1987 Profession/occupation: AFP Officer Work experience Philippine Navy: Procurement officer/instructor, Naval Education & Training Command, 2000-2001Various positions (Personnel Officer, Acting Commanding Officer, Executive Officer)-1999-2000Engineering & Damage Control Officer, 1998-1999Deck & Gunnery officer, 1996-1998Mess & Supply Officer, 1995-1996 Voting record N/A Attendance* N/A Advocacy Anti corruption, anti poverty, peace & order, education, health & social services 11.KABUHAYAN

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Manny Villar

Genuine Oposition Personal information: Date of Birth: December 13, 1949Place of Birth: ManilaStatus: MarriedSpouse: Cynthia AguilarNo. of children: 3Age: 57 Education University of the Philippines, MBA, 1973; University of the Philippines, BS Business Administration, 1970; Mapua Institute of Technology, High School Profession/occupation: Senator Work experience Senator, 2001-2007Senate President, 2006-2007 (13th Congress)Representative, 1992-2001 (9th to 11th Congress)House Speaker, 1998-2000 (11th Congress)Entrepreneur, 1975-presentFinancial Analyst, Private Development, 1972-1975Auditor, Sycip Gorres & Velayo, 1971-1972 Voting record YesRA 9369 Automated Election System Act (13th Congress)RA 9367 Biofuels Act (13th Congress)RA 9334 Increasing Excise Tax Rates of Alcohol and Tobacco (13th Congress)RA 9335 Attrition Act (13th Congress)RA 9344 Juvenile Justice & Welfare Act (13th Congress)RA 9160 Anti-Money Laundering Act (12th Congress)RA 9166 Promoting welfare of AFP (12th Congress)RA 9211 Tobacco Regulation Act (12th Congress)RA 8749 Philippine Clean Air Act (11th Congress)Endorsed verified complaint for impeachment against President Estrada (11th CongressSpeaker of the House when impeachment complaint was transmitted toSenate (11th Congress)Professional affiliations:Subdivision and Housing Developers Association Inc., 1989-92 Advocacy Entrepreneurship, protection of women, livelihood training, environment 12.AGRIKULTURA

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Miguel Migz Zubiri

Team Unity Personal information: Date of Birth: April 13, 1969Status: MarriedSpouse: Audrey TanAge: 37 Education Tertiary: University of the Philippines Los Banos, Agricultural ManagementSecondary: Colegio de San Agustin Profession/occupation: Businessman/Legislator Work experience Representative, Bukidnon 3rd district, 1998-2007 (11th to 13th Congress)District Chief-of-staff-Rep. Jose Zubiri Jr., 1995-1998 Voting record YesRA 9335 Attrition Act (13th Congress)RA 9337 VAT Law (13th Congress)RA 9182 Special Purpose Vehicle Act (12th Congress)RA 9189 Overseas Absentee Voting Act (12th Congress)RA 9211 Tobacco Regulation Act (12th Congress)RA 8749 Philippine Clean Air Act (11th Congress)RA 8752 Anti-Dumping Act (11th Congress)RA 8791 General Banking Law (11th Congress)RA 8792 Electronic Commerce Act (11th Congress)NoRA 8762 Retail Trade Liberalization Act (11th Congress)Yes to the 2005 & 2006 junking of the impeachment complaint against President Arroyo (13th Congress)Endorsed verified complaint for impeachment against President Estrada (11th Congress) Advocacy Agriculture, countryside development, education and youth welfare, biofuels PARTYLIST:

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Ano ang CIBAC?

 

Monday, 29 January 2007 Ang Citizens’ Battle Against Corruption (CIBAC) Party List ay isang organisasyong multi-sektoral na ang pangunahing layunin ay lupigin ang korapsyon at itaguyod ang malinis at matapat na pamamahala. Naninindigan ang CIBAC na korapsyon ang ugat ng kahirapan sa ating bayan at ang tuluyang pagkalupig lamang nito ang magdadala sa atin ng mas maunlad at matatag na kinabukasan. Ano na ang nagawa ng CIBAC sa nakalipas na taon sa Kongreso? Mula 2001, ipinanukala ng CIBAC sa Kongreso ang halos tatlong daang mga batas at resolusyon at pina-imbestigahan ang mga ulat ng katiwalian sa gobyerno. Ilan sa mga ito ang batas na ngayon  – Procurement Act, Juvenile Justice Act, Public Attorneys’ Office Act, at ang Anti-Red Tape Act. Daanlibong kababayan din natin ang nakinabang sa CIBAC Scholarship Program, Medical Assistance Program, at sa palagian nitong Relief, Legal, Medical, at Dental Missions sa iba’t ibang panig ng bansa. Ibinalik din sa iba’t ibang lugar sa Luzon, Visayas atMindanao ang pondo ng CIBAC sa pamamagitan ng mga proyekto at programang pang-kaunlaran.  Ano ang gagawin pa ng CIBAC? Tuloy ang laban ng CIBAC sa korapsyon. Makakaasa ka na isusulong ng CIBAC sa Kongreso ang mga panukalang batas na magtatatanggol sa milyun-milyong Pilipino na biktima ng korapsyon. Hindi rin ito mangingiming pa-imbestigahan sa Kongreso ang mga ulat ng katiwalian sa gobyenro. Katulad ng ginawa ng CIBAC noong nakalipas na taon, muling titiyakin na ang pondo nitong mula sa bayan ay maibabalik din sa bayan. Patuloy ding ipapatupad ng CIBAC ang mga programang nagpapagaan sa buhay ng mamamayang Pilipino – Medical & Financial Assistance, Scholarships, Jobs Fair, Relief Operations, Feeding, at Medical & Dental Missions sa mga komunidad.   Ano ang benepisyo na matatanggap mo kung ikaw ay boboto para sa CIBAC Party List? Una, tiyak na may boses ka sa Kongreso. May kinatawan tayo na ipaglalaban ang katotohanan, katarungan, at katwiran sa tuwing ang mga ito’y malalagay sa peligro. Ikalwa, serbisyong maaasahan at tototo. May karamay tayo na palaging tutugon sa mga pangangailangan tulad ng gamot, edukasyon, hanap-buhay, payong legal, pabahay, at mga proyektong pang-kaunlaran. Ikatlo, mataas na antas ng paglilingkod sa bayan – may pananagutan, walang itinatago, walang sariling interes at palaging inuuna ang kapakanan ng bayan. Higit sa lahat, sa mata ng Diyos at kasaysayan may bahagi ka sa paglaban sa katiwalian at kahirapan! CIBAC-kin natin ang Korapsyon!

5 thoughts on “SAMPLE BALLOT”

  1. Please, don’t vote for Chiz. He is all talk, no substance. This guy has served 9 years in Congress, but has little to show for it. Don’t get carried away by his witty and pointed response to questions. The guy is a lawyer and has a gift of gab. But don’t believe every thing he says.

    Consider this before voting on May 14. Sorsogon, the province he represents in Congress, is one of the poorest in the country. That’s a fact. The guy can’t even improve his home turf and we still believe he can lead the entire country out of the rut? Come on.

    Vote wisely. Junk Chiz on Monday!

  2. larri,

    sorry, walang makakadikta sa’kin kung sino ang gusto kong iboto.

    hindi naman siguro mananalo bilang congressman si chiz ng ilang taon kung puro salita lang s’ya at walang ginawa sa lugar kung saan s’ya representante..

    anywayz, opinyon mo yan, dapat igalang at walang makakapagbago ng disisyon mo kundi ikaw lang.

    maraming salamat.

    -otep

  3. gara….whos larri?????
    bat ayaw nya kay chiz…..??
    it takes ol 2 b one of d great positions in the senate….
    and yet it takes ol 2 b chiz escudero…
    eniway….opinyon mo nga yan…at hands off aq dun.
    medyo iba ung boto ko sa boto ni otep….ahm ng kalahate….
    basta dude!!! ang mahalaga naicgaw ntin ang isa nating BOTO!!!!

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