Guard our votes! Guard that balota!

hot and contagious! Kabataan Cyber-Fever spreading like a virus! Consider the Youth’s Choices for Senator. Kabataan Party-list comes up with 7 Cool Tips for Youth Voters on May 14.

this just came in: listen to famous Sa Francisco Bay Area-based Fil-Am rapper and BAYAN-USA member Kiwi‘s latest rap song for Kabataan Party-list! love it!


last day of electoral campaign today. if the latest SWS survey is to be relied upon, Kabataan Party-list is poised to win 1 seat with a total of 2.1%. hurray for Kabataan Party-list!

but i smell something fishy and something weird is definitely happening with the results for our party-list allies Bayan Muna, Anakpawis and Gabriela.

Bayan Muna’s unexplainable plunge (from 12.3% to 8.4%) casts considerable alarm. not to mention the ‘magical’ leap of the rating of the #2 party-list (from a mere 4.7% to 8.2%). surprise, surprise! #2 party-list has also reportedly been circulating press releases as of yesterday that they will top the party-list polls. ehem, ehem.

what’s up with this? Anakpawis – from 6.8% to 2.7%; Gabriela – from 6.9% to 3.9%. something definitely stinks.

does this have something to do with the Panganiban formula? according to this rule, only the #1 party-list gets to seat 3 representatives in Congress. the rest will still win 1 seat with 2% of total votes cast but to gain the 2nd seat garnered votes should be at least half of the total votes cast for the #1 party-list.

methinks the latest survey results may be another cheap ploy to threaten Bayan Muna’s top post; and consequently Gabriela, Anakpawis and other progressive party-lists’ 2nd seats IF the Panganiban formula is to be implemented.

i would also like to deliver a shout-out for our sister party-list Suara Bangsamoro. let us place representatives for the truly marginalized sectors in Congress. dump the Palace-funded party-lists. dump the likes of mike defensor and prospero pichay and other Arroyo senatoriables.

let us guard our votes, guard that balota! report to election watch dogs Kontra-Daya and YouthVOTE (Youth Volunteers for Orderly and Transparent 2007 Elections) cases of electoral fraud and violence.

Kontra-Daya hotlines: 442-0940 mobile: 09279060693.
YouthVOTE hotlines: 09287729658 / 09182433779.

in the news:

the nuisance ‘Peter’ Cayetano has been disqualified. GO’s Alan Cayetano can heave a huge sigh of relief now. but the bogus ‘Peter’ cayetano is STILL a candidate according to Comelec. go figure!

BAYAN Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (New Patriotic Alliance) gearing for post-election anti-fraud protests.

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6 Responses to Guard our votes! Guard that balota!

  1. Anonymous says:

    just a slight correction: KIWI is not from anakbayan-seattle, but is affiliated with BAYAN-USA, and based out of the san francisco bay area

  2. adarna says:

    sorry. and thanks for the correction. revised it already. 🙂

  3. Sergio says:

    Mg ingat kayo…but give ’em hell!!! We’re all watching closely here. Thanks for continuing to inspire us!!!(Thanks! I LOVE my tattoo…but now Lapulapu’s lonely…so hopefully there’s more on the way!)Send our love to all the folks there.

  4. adarna says:

    sergio,you and sinag should get together! he has bonifacio on his chest, haha!

  5. Renegade Eye says:

    I’m sure this blog would appreciate it, if you visit it.See: http://the-marxist.blogspot.com/index.html

  6. ittok says:

    i was kinda disappointed because i was waiting for the inevitable: vowel a to be pronounced /ae/ in the filipino lyrics hehe,an affliction of asian americans

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