Roy Tang

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Resources The content of this post is regarding my own opinion and who I plan to vote for. If you want to do your own research (I highly recommend it), here are some links to get you started: Movement for Good Governance briefers on Senatorial candidates Rappler Senatorial profiles I would also Google “rappler [candidate name] interview” for the interview article for each candidate (too many to list here) Here's a link to a Google doc of my own notes on each candidate, which I used as basis for recommendations below.

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It's easy to blame the poor, the masses for voting into power devious politicians, the corrupt, those with no track record, political dynasties based on money, survey results, name recognition or who has the most giveaways. But take a look at the number of decisions that have to be made when you go vote in an election (let's say it's also a presidential election so that we have a complete view):

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Brian Jeffrey J. Tang marami nang out of stock. Tagging Josiah Habana
Brian Jeffrey J. Tang marami nang out of stock. Tagging Josiah Habana
Brian Jeffrey J. Tang marami nang out of stock. Tagging Josiah Habana
As requested by Marco Sancho
Finally done. Total time around 1hr including waiting and the actual voting https://t.co/m0ppO8Y2zl
Typical sunday breakfast at home

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