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Aquino sisters Ballsy, Pinky cast votes in Tarlac

Captions: Former presidential sisters Ballsy Cruz and Pinky Abellada Aquino wait for their turn to cast their votes in Barangay Central, Tarlac City on Monday (May 9) morning. (PHOTOS BY MARIA  ADELAIDA CALAYAG

Captions: Former presidential sisters Ballsy Cruz and Pinky Abellada Aquino wait for their turn to cast their votes in Barangay Central, Tarlac City on Monday (May 9) morning. (PHOTOS BY MARIA ADELAIDA CALAYAG

TARLAC CITY — Former presidential sisters Ballsy Cruz and Pinky Abellada Aquino cast their votes at precinct 0175 A of Central Elementary School in Barangay Central in this city at around 10:30 a.m.

“Si Kris masama talaga ang pakiramdam kaya hindi makaboto pero ngayon hinihintay lang namin yung mga anak at pamangkin, nauna kami dahil senior,” Ballsy said, referring to youngest sister Kris Aquino, who is beset by her medical condition.

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Bally said they might see former Sen. Bam Aquino later tonight. The former senator was designated campaign manager of presidential candidate, Vice President Leni Robredo.

The Aquino sisters, as well as their nephews and nieces, used to vote here with the late former president Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III. INQ

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