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IN PHOTOS: VP Binay, Bongbong Marcos among the first to vote



MANILA, Philippines - The most awaited election day in the country finally arrived.

Vice President Jejomar Binay and Sen. Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. were among the top candidates to cast their votes early Monday, April 9.

VP Binay, Bongbong Marcos among the first to vote
Vice President Jejomar Binay (left) first to vote among presidential bets; Sen. Bongbong Marcos first to cast for VP.
Photo Credit: CNN Philippines (Binay) and Twitter/Bongbong Marcos
The United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) presidential bet Binay casted his vote at the San Antonio National High School in Makati City a little after 6:00 a.m (opening of precincts).

Meanwhile, Marcos was at the Mariano Marcos Memorial Elementary School in Batac City, Ilocos Norte around six in the morning.

Other presidential candidates are expected to cast their votes anytime today.

  • Davo City Mayor Rodrigo "Rody" Duterte - Daniel R. Aguinaldo National High School in Matina Aplaya, Davao City
  • Sen. Grace Poe - Sta. Lucia Elementary School in San Juan City
  • Liberal Party bet Manuel "Mar" Roxas II - Rufina Andrada Santos Memorial School in Roxas City, Capiz
  • Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago - La Vista Clubhouse in La Vista Subdivision in Quezon City

As per reports, vice presidential candidates will vote at the following precincts:
  • Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano - Sta. Teresa Elementary School in Bagumbayan, Taguig City
  • Sen. Francis "Chiz" Escudero - Buhatan Elementary School in Sorsogon City, Sorsogon
  • Sen. Gringo Honasan - Nativity of Our Lady Parish in Marikina City
  • Cong. Leni Robredo - Tabuco Central School in Tabuco, Naga City
  • Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV - Holy Infant Montessori Center in Caloocan City

A total of 55 million Filipinos are eligible to vote on Monday polls but 100-percent turn-out is not expected.