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Marcos-Duterte UniTeam Schedule Three Miting de Avance

Happening in Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao.
by Pia Regalado
May 1, 2022
Photo/s: Bongbong Marcos/Facebook

Bongbong Marcos and Sara Duterte will hold three miting de avance or final campaign rallies for their May 9 election campaign, Marcos' spokesperson said in a Facebook post Sunday.

It will be a final show of force for the tandem, who are leading in pre-election surveys. In 2016, then presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte drew some 350,000 in his miting de avance at Luneta, one of the biggest in recent years. 

Marcos and Duterte, who are running under a "unity" platform, will kick off their miting de avance on May 3 at the Guimbal Football Field in Iloilo.

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On May 5, they will hold a rally in Duterte bailiwick Mindanao at the Tagum City Hall grounds in Davao del Norte.

The last of the three miting de avance will be held at Block 7 in Paranaque City on May 7, the last day of campaign period.

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Marcos' chief rival, Leni Robredo, is also set to hold her miting de avance on May 7 in Metro Manila. Presidential candidate Panfilo Lacson is also scheduled to hold his final campaign rally on May 7, either in the City of Manila or his hometown Cavite, his media officer told reportr.


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