- Sen. Kiko Pangilinan lined up for 3.5 hours before he was able to cast his vote for the national elections
- The senator, waited patiently, together with the Megastar Sharon Cuneta, in order to be able to cast their votes
- Photos of the senator were shared on social media from the time that he lined up until he eventually reached his precinct
- When they have finally voted, he took to social media and shared their photo, surrendering the elections to God
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Sen. Kiko Pangilinan waited in line for 3.5 hours before he was finally able to cast his vote for the national elections.
The senator, who is running for vice president, together with his wife Sharon Cuneta, were done casting their votes.
Kiko and Shawie showed their fingers, already marked with the indelible ink.
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Earlier, photos showing how they actually waited in line have gone viral.
VP Leni Robredo also waited in line to cast her vote at the polling place.
There was no special treatment at all. Both VP and Sen. Kiko were one with the people in enduring the heat and having to stand for hours.
Francis Pancratius Nepomuceno Pangilinan, better known as Sen. Kiko, is a Pinoy lawyer and politician currently serving as a Senator of the Republic of the Philippines. He was born on August 24, 1963 and has been very active on social issues since his student days way back in 1985.
Kiko Pangilinan and Sharon Cuneta went to Silang, Cavite to vote today, May 9. Photos of the couple at Inchican Elementary School voting precinct have gone viral. Sharon and Kiko bonded and had selfies with some of the voters at the said school. The senator added that he even conversed and shared stories with some of those voters.
Vice Ganda attended the miting de avance of VP Leni Robredo to give support to her candidacy. It was held in Makati, and the wide stretch of road was filled with Kakampinks. The comedian sang "Rosas," a song associated with VP Leni's campaign. Aside from singing Rosas, he also declared his support for Sen. Kiko Pangilinan for VP, openly endorsing the running mate of VP.