Ex-Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. did a little research during the baranagay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections this year.
On Monday, May 14, the politiko was back at his home city Batac to cast his vote. He said the voting “generally went well” in Ilocos.
When the vote counting began, however, the politiko said he returned to his voting precinct.
“When the counting started, I returned to watch. Did a little research and evaluated the timing because of proposals to change our current process to a ‘hybrid’ election system. The counting in the barangay elections will be the manual part of the hybrid system,” said Marcos.”
“Looking forward to seeing good work from all the newly-elected leaders of our country!” he added.