1. Exercise your right to vote  BusinessWorld Online
  2. The value of a vote – Manila Bulletin  Manila Bulletin
  3. [OPINION] What's the value of one vote?  Rappler
  4. The right to vote – a human right – Manila Bulletin  Manila Bulletin
  5. Avoiding the 'Holy Vote' trap  The Manila Times
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Belonging to the advertising and communications industry that specializes in winning people's hearts and minds, DDB Group Philippines has always seized opportunities to create positive impact on society through its work and its people.For the upcoming May 9 elections, DDB Group came up with an "Election Day" information and advocacy campaign, which captures anew its commitment to help shape society by encouraging people to go out and vote.Belonging to the advertising and communications industry that specializes in winning people's hearts and minds, DDB Group Philippines has always seized opportunities to create positive impact on society through its work and its people.For the upcoming May 9 elections, DDB Group came up with an "Election Day" information and advocacy campaign, which captures anew its commitment to help shape society by encouraging people to go out and vote.

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'As a regular middle class professional, I often thought that my life didn’t really change much, regardless of whoever was in power''As a regular middle class professional, I often thought that my life didn’t really change much, regardless of whoever was in power'

[OPINION] What's the value of one vote?

We are living witnesses today to how elections can spell the difference between democracy and authoritarianism.We are living witnesses today to how elections can spell the difference between democracy and authoritarianism.

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There are more than 1.6 million overseas Filipinos who can submit absentee ballots in this year’s Philippines election from April 10 to May 9, according to Rappler. They will beThere are more than 1.6 million overseas Filipinos who can submit absentee ballots in this year’s Philippines election from April 10 to May 9, according to Rappler. They will be

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