3 TeamPnoy bets campaign in Surigao


SURIGAO CITY, Philippines — Only three candidates of Team PNoy showed up in its campaign sortie held here on Tuesday.

Present when the sortie at the Provincial Sports Complex started before 10 a.m. were former Senators Ramon Magsaysay and Maria Ana Consuelo “Jamby” Madrigal, and Benigno “Bam” Aquino IV, cousin of President Benigno Aquino III.

Senator Franklin Drilon, campaign manager of Team PNoy, was also present.

From this city, the team will proceed to Butuan City for another rally later in the afternoon.

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  • disqusted0fu

    Team Pnoy is going thin just like the crowd that they draw on their sorties. Being associated with Pnoy now may not be best for the liberal party as Pnoy is slowly but surely getting exposed of his incompetency, especially because of the mishandling of the Sabah standoff.

    Pnoy’s popularity was the only thing that team Pnoy was holding on to. Now that his popularity decreased enormously, they have nothing else.

  • billy gunner

    looks like team pnoy is a bad idea in the first place! lol

  • sigbinko

    kahit anong planong gawin upang mabuo lang ang senatorials sa isang rally ay npkahirap gawin due to unavoidable circumstances, tsaka ang lawak ng Pilipinas tsong..i know their campaign manager is doing well, un nga lang…di yan maiiwasan eh..

    even sa local nga eh minsan di buo ang mga tumatakbong konsehal, sa senatoriables p kaya..

    team PNOY parin!

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