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Geoffrey Guevara
chapelnet webpage
jope-g@usa.net
http://members.tripod.com/~Jope_008

I think this website really deserves an award.
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Liezl B. Canoneo
Chapel Net Homepage
benjie@vlink.net.ph
http://members.tripod.com/~Robarthe

It's really great of you guys to have thought of doing something like this one. The site is really a good help for voters (especially the new ones) like me na naguguluhan na sa takbo ng Philippine politics. Great job and more power to you!
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Boboy Magno
CHAPELNET
khf@mozcom.com

Masarap! Mainit! Sariwa! Malaman! Higit sa lahat masustansiya... Isa pa nga.
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Jerry Martinson, sj
your website
martinso@tpts1.seed.net.tw

Congratulations on your fantastic website. May it help bring about fair and honest elections with great results for the country. God bless! Jerry Martinson, sj
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Julius D. Sederiosa
electoral process
jseder@hotmail.com

i was a radio reporter during the 1986 snap election and i saw first-hand the courage of the volunteers of namfrel. more than a decade later, we are going through the same test again sans the dictator and i'm glad that volunteer groups are still around to guard the sanctity of the ballot! i am full of hope that the majority of the filipinos will wake up someday fresh and devoid from the ills plaguing our electoral system. again, thank you for your vigilance and may your tribe grow!!!
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JOYCE VISITACION
ELECTION MATERIALS
http://www. ndu.fapenet.org

I like it. Very informative and exciting. More power.
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FR. GEORGE CANTO
GALING-GALING...
ndas@ndu.fapenet.org

CONGRATULATIONS! Keep up the good job. We are preparing also the election here in Cotabato as Namfrel, PPCRV and Votecare.
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joey jay jon-jon
Great website
joey.jay@rocketmail.com

This is a great site to monitor the latest happenings about the elections in the Philippines. Kahit wala kami sa Pinas ay umaabot din dito ang mahahalagang balita tungkol sa nalalapit na-election. Keep up the good work.
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Glenda Cabungcal-Bush
chapelnet homepage
bush.116@osu.edu; gcbush@bocc.com

Thank you very much for the intelligent information. I am sending this address to friends and family at home and here in the states.
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Andrea Sta. Cruz
website
rea@millionaireintraining.com
http://www.skyinet.net

This website is really a gift to us first time voters. I was planning to do my own assessment of the presidential, vice-presidential, and senatorial candidates through the newspapers. You made my task much easier.
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Eric Castro
web page
jigs@pusit.admu.edu.ph

congratulations! magaling! kahanga-hanga!
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owentiam
owentiam@xs.edu.ph

ang galing ng web ninyo! sa pagdiriwang ng ika-100 anibersaryo ng kalayaan, MABUHAY! anong magagawa ng isang mamamayang nais makatulong kahit kaunti? para namang may maikwento sa mga apo nanakapaglingkod din ako sa bayan, kahit minsan, kahit sandali lang...
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donna j f
naligaw sa web page ninyo :-)
pitongkubs@aol.com

wishing u all luck in trying 2 keep the elections clean and green...heres hoping 4 the best president and politocos in our government. happy 100th independence to everyone in our motherland and abroad. wishing u all sunny days from florida.
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Leonor
leonor@fillib.org.ph

The web is good! but it is a little tooney! The browser might think that the web in being maintained by a child! Good luck Andoy! Hooray Jody! Cheers to Bong!




Sharon Eliab
Chapelnet
eliab@skyinet.net

Congratulations! Galing! Pinoy na pinoy na ang dating, nakakatulong pa sa mga boboto sa darating na halalan!


rey laguda
reylags@i-manila.com.ph

it's a very interesting and relevant web page. i congratulate you and may you have more visitors!
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FR. LITO D. COQUILLA
KURAT KAAYO. PINOY PA GAYOD.
ndas@ndu.fapenet.org

I like it. Very exciting. More power to all. We've been working with Namfrel here in Cotabato. I got a lot of data for our Political Education. You may send some more thru my email address. Regards.
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BRO. DING CORTEZ, SDB
YOUR WEBSITE
DINGSDB@HOTMAIL.COM

You have a very Filipino site. Keep up the good work, mga kababayan at ka-religious! As our motto here in DB Mandaluyongs says: PRO DEO ET PATRIA! For God and Country, lets give our BEST! Good luck!
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joy
presidentiable's webpage
drgtlee@gsilink.com

this is really great! it's a fun way to learn more about the elections and the candidates. btw, is there any webpage for osmena? to all the hardworking webpage designers--cool!
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Huwan Onse Enrile
Election Cheating

Some Secret Election Cheating Techniques Revealed! by Huwan Onse Enrile 1. Watch out for those zeroes! Placement of zeroes can make a big difference. Unscrupulous vote canvassers (vote counters loyal to a favorite candidate) can easily add or subtract zeroes to the total votes counted. Example: A candidate with 1000 votes can have a big margin if a number 3zero2 is placed at the end thus 1000 votes becoming 10,000 votes. Inversely, deletion of the zero will make 1000 votes to 100 votes for the target candidate. 2. Monitor bank activities and transactions leading to election day. A Increase of financial activities will be observed come election day. Grease money to be given to those who will pursue the cheating. 3. Keep on eye on the spending habits of election officials down to the vote canvassers. Grease money can come a long way! 4. The dead will be resurrected come election day! Check your deceased relatives' names in the list of registered voters. 5. Ballot stuffing. Identical pre-filled ballots and election return forms ready for switching. 6. Keep an eye on the ballot switch-a-roo during transport. Incidents of ballot hijacking will be common. 7. 3Ay! Brown out!2 Cheaters will likely create a diversion like cutting off electricity. Have back-up generators and lights ready for this occasion. 8. The goons are coming!!! Private armies and hired goons are likely to intimidate voters if grease money do not work. .
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Joey Ching
The Web Page
ed429@hotmail.com
http://members.wbs.net/homepages/1/9/r/19ragde98.html

Goodwork! Keep it up guys... Excellent in Election Trivia, please add some more...
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Manol J. Montesclaros,sj
Election Website
manol.sj@flashnet.it

Pinoy na pinoy ang dating. Congratulations. More power...
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Ari Dy, SJ
aristotl@pusit.admu.edu.ph

Congratulations on a very attractive homepage, and for a relevant purpose too!
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Elaine R. Antenorcruz
May election
ejra@hotmail.com




Tang M. Desesto
this website....
amelia@magisx.addu.edu.ph

malaking tulong para sa lahat.... Congratulations to the brain(s) of this concept.... Sail On.....Ipagpatuloy......AMDG.....
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Jon Gales
This Website
jon@primebank.mozcom.com

Long have I waited for this kind of website. Surely, this would address, to some extent, the growing confusion and/or uncertainties prevailing among a good number of our people (both in the workplace and the marketplace), especially those who are almost resigned about the propects of the May '98 Elections. Kudos to everyone behind this noble undertaking!!! Carry on...
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Bogs Tapiador, SJ
Tantum Quantum
A.Tapiador@mailbox.uq.edu.au

This is a very good idea. As we used to say,
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Michael Narciso
Your Web Page
guwaping@bigfoot.com
http://---

Absolutely brilliant! A wonderful concept - quite apt for the
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bong llera
candidates
bongertz@pusit.admu.edu.ph

very artistic and provides updated information.
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florgesy
congratulations!!!
florgesy@pusit.admu.edu.ph

cool! very colorful, very informative
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Denny Toledo, SJ
Ballot arrangement
rtoledo@adzu.edu.ph
http://www.adzu.edu.ph/~rtoledo

Excellent piece of work! May I suggest though that the links to the presidential candidates be separated from the links to outfits like Social Weather Station. That may make those links look more orderly. May I also suggest that the platforms be put in a tabular form so that they can be compared with each other? More power!
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Tony Moreno
All the best!
A.Moreno@sussex.ac.uk

Congratulations! Please give me some updates for the migrant Filipinos here. Thanks and all the best!
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lou
leonora@pusit.admu.edu.ph

Ang galing galing nito!
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Kesler Go
Ballot Pinoy
kesler@qinet.net

Job well done! Bravo! Keep up the good work!
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Dirty Harry
Homepage
suddenimpact@aol.com

You made my day, ! ! !
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rentax
rentaxsj@pusit.admu.edu.ph

very appealing presentation... congrats...may this page help our cyber voters decide wisely for the elections
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Robert Rivera,SJ
rivera@pusit.admu.edu.ph

Fine piece of work! Kudos to the Ballot, Pinoy! Web team for a very helpful addition to the electoral education campaign. RobertRivera, SJ Institute on Church and Social Issues
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jun cerrer
junc@compass.com.ph

please keep me posted on options for involvement.
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Dolores
Elections in the Philippines
dolores@radiolink.net

It's good to have this kind of advocacy and educational materials in the Internet.
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