Senatorial candidate Glenn Chong slams Comelec for ‘losing’ votes in 6 places

Senatorial candidate Glenn Chong slams Comelec for ‘losing’ votes in 6 places

- Glenn Chong went to the office of the Commission on Election (Comelec)

- He aired his complaints about “losing” votes in 6 areas

- The Senatorial candidate also said that is name did not appear in some receipts

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Glenn Chong, one of the candidates for Senators, bravely aired his disappointment to the Commission on Elections (Comelec) over “irregularities” in the midterm polls.

KAMI learned that the said personality claimed that there were anomalies in some locations and he was greatly affected by those.

Glenn revealed that there were people who complained that they were not able to see his name in the receipt although they shaded his name.

He expressed that this happened in several areas such as Cagayan de Oro, Iloilo, Batangas, Manila, Biliran, and Cagayan province.

“Hindi lumalabas ang pangalan ko sa resibo…” he quipped when interviewed by ABS-CBN.

“Yung isang botante sa Biliran, binoto niya si Mar Roxas at ako. Wala ako sa resibo. Si Mar Roxas lang ang nandun,” he added.

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Because of this, he went to the headquarters of Comelec in Pasay City to air his sentiments and know the actions to be taken by the said Commission.

In a previous article by KAMI, some candidates from “Otso Diretso” already conceded their defeat in the 2019 polls.

Glenn Chong is a Filipino lawyer who became a Member of the House of Representatives. He is a firm critic of the automated elections, claiming that an electoral fraud happened in the 2016 Presidential polls.

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