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Only 1 mayor running unopposed in Pangasinan

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ONLY one mayor in Pangasinan is running unopposed in the May 9, 2022 elections. Unlike in previous elections where there are number of candidates, from mayor to councilor, seeking an elective post were without opponents, this time only Mangatarem Mayor Ramil Ventenilla enjoys such an honor. Pangasinan has 44 towns…

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Only 1 mayor running unopposed in Pangasinan

By October 17, 2021Top Stories

Comelec: Peaceful, orderly COC filing

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1,437 CANDIDATES FILED THE week-long period for the filing of certificates of candidacy for the 2022 National and Local Elections was orderly and peaceful.   This was the assessment of Comelec Provincial Election Supervisor Marino Salas at the closing period of the last day of filing on October 8. Pangasinan and…

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Comelec: Peaceful, orderly COC filing

By October 17, 2021Top Stories

Gov. Espino: “Let’s unite to fight COVID-19”

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GOVERNOR Amado “Pogi” I. Espino filed his Certificate of Candidacy (COC) at the Provincial Comelec Office in Dagupan City People’s Astrodome on October 7, accompanied by his wife, Karina Padua Espino, for his reelection bid in the 2022 National Election. Governor Espino confirmed he is running under PDP-Laban and Abante…

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Gov. Espino: “Let’s unite to fight COVID-19”

By October 11, 2021Top Stories

Team AGuiLa bats for good governance, economic progress

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TEAM AGuiLa which stands for Alyansang Guico-Lambino offers platforms of good governance and real economic progress of Pangasinan, its leaders said. Fifth District Rep. Ramon Guico III, the gubernatorial bet of Team AGuiLa, said he will not only push for more jobs in Pangasinan by making the provincial government corrupt-free…

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Team AGuiLa bats for good governance, economic progress

By October 11, 2021Top Stories

Espino orders closure of cemeteries Oct. 29-Nov. 2

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TO effectively avoid a possible surge in COVID-19 cases due to expected traditional crowding in cemeteries, columbarium, and memorial parks for the commemoration of Undas this year, the provincial government is directing all towns and cities to order the closure of these areas from October 29 to November 2. At…

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Espino orders closure of cemeteries Oct. 29-Nov. 2

By October 11, 2021Top Stories

LAST MINUTE REGISTRANTS

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LAST MINUTE REGISTRANTS – A police officer watches out for any violation of distancing protocol among last minute registrants inside SM Center Dagupan’s waiting area during Comelec’s original last day for voters’ registration on September 30. (Punchphoto by Butch Uka)

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LAST MINUTE REGISTRANTS

By October 4, 2021Top Stories