In his home province of Ilocos Norte, presidential candidate Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. voted in the 2022 national elections.
The presidential candidate arrived to Mariano Marcos Memorial Elementary School in Batac City about 7:20 a.m. His sister, Irene, accompanied him to precinct 0036A.
On October 6, 2021, at the Comelec tent in Pasay City, the former senator filed his certificate of candidacy (COC) as president of the Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (PFP).
”I don’t have any fight with VP Leni. I am running for president, I am not fighting against anyone. Senator Ping (Lacson) is filing as we speak. So, it’s not going to be that kind of election. There are many of us,” Marcos said in an interview during his filing of candidacy.
In the Boy Abunda 2022 Presidential One-on-One Interview, the host asked him why he is running as president. Marcos replied, “I believe that none of the other candidates have yet come to the conclusion that unity, ang ating pagkakaisa ang pangangailangan. At doon magsisimula ang ating pagbalik dito sa krisis ng pandemya.”
Vice presidential candidate Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio returned to her hometown of Davao City to vote in the 2022 national elections on Monday.
At around 9:10 a.m., Duterte-Carpio arrived at the Daniel R. Aguinaldo National High School.
The Iglesia Ni Cristo formally endorsed Marcos and Duterte-Carpio as their presidential candidates on May 3. One of the most anticipated endorsements in the May 2022 poll is that of the INC. When voting as a bloc, the INC has an estimated command vote of 3 million.