First Posted 22:47:00 06/14/2010
Facebook has become an outlet of one’s emotions or feelings and is a popular network where one publishes his own experiences.
In Jun Del Rosario’s current FB status he stated that before the May 10, 2010 elections, two politicians phoned him to join and consider paying 3M to an operator in exchange to a sure win for Vice-Governor.
He said that he outrightly declined their offer to cheat.
The recent elections showed that JDR earned only 7,078 votes. Montejo won the Vice-gov seat with a total number of 27,337 votes. Other opponents like Curso and Gonzales had 27,337 votes and 6,610 votes respectively.
Does this mean that there was really an anomaly during the 2010 elections, and that those who were questioned only won because of digital fraud?
I can’t help but wonder and ask how much more did they pay for a sure Congressional and Gobernatorial seats?