For Filipinos, disowning your parents is unthinkable. But politics is changing that

Our reverence for elders has kept younger generations mum about issues they stand with. What does it mean that political scions are now speaking up against their parents?

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Follow these steps when you vote on May 9

Remember to vote safe and to vote for the future of *all* Filipinos

How to survive election season in one piece

We all have different political beliefs. Some of us just happen to be bound by blood or bond to people on different areas of the spectrum

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Timely election reminder: Stop blaming ‘bobotantes.’ Experts explain why in this webinar

Wait, do “bobotantes” or the so-called “uneducated” and “irrational” voters really exist? A UP webinar answers this and other questions surrounding people’s right to vote

Not yet registered to vote? Let our heroes teach you how through this comics-inspired website

Jose Rizal, Andres Bonifacio, Apolinario Mabini, Melchora Aquino, and Aurora Quezon ask us to continue the fight for freedom by registering to vote

Can’t register to vote due to work? Comelec’s thinking weekends might work

With the Commission on Elections (Comelec) recording only 1.3 million out of its target of…

These 4 signs tell you that it’s almost campaign season

Four tried and true strategies politicians use to court our votes—which we should watch out for

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Social media platforms (finally) muzzle Trump. Here’s why

After a fiery speech that, observers say, incited Trump supporters to seize the Capitol building in Washington DC, social media platforms are temporarily banning the outgoing US President

ICYMI: COMELEC suspended voter registration (again)

The Commission on Elections (COMELEC) announced yesterday, June 29, that voter registration will be suspended…

This bill wants to increase politicians’ allowable campaign spending. How will it affect elections?

While many of us were busy adjusting to the resumption of work as most parts…