QUEZON CITY, Philippines (Eagle News) — On the third day of the manual recount of votes on the poll protest of former senator Ferdinand
“Bongbong” Marcos against Vice President Ma. Leonor “Leni” Robredo, revisors of the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET) found several unused or excess ballots that were “pre-shaded” in favor of the Vice President.
The allegedly pre-shaded ballots came from the town of Baao in Camarines Sur, Robredo’s home province.
The manual recount and revision of ballots started last Monday, April 2, at the 5th floor of the Supreme Court-Court of Appeals gymnasium in Manila were they also discovered the wet ballots from precincts in Bato, Camarines Sur.
Marcos had also earlier complained of missing audit logs in most of the ballot boxes.
Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos also said that they have also found unused and excess ballots that were allegedly pre-shaded in favor of Robredo.
Camarines Sur is one of the identified provinces that Marcos claimed was where the massive poll fraud had been conducted.