One of the more common ways of preparing for public office is learning about various disciplines from formal education. This is why academic preparations of political candidates needs to reviewed. Below presents a comparison of vice presidential candidates academic histories. 

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The Filipino voters have the right to know their presidential and vice-presidential candidates. A well-informed electorate can make a change this coming 2016 national elections. One common reference to assess the qualification of the candidates is through their stances on the country’s most pressing issues. Below is a matrix of issues and the candidates’ engagement in each discourse.

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One of the more common ways of preparing for public office is learning about various disciplines from formal education. This is why academic preparations of political candidates needs to reviewed. Below presents a comparison of presidential candidates academic histories.

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The election debates will be conducted by COMELEC pursuant to Republic Act 9006 or the Fair Elections Act. The series of debates aims to allow the candidates to exchange views based on their platforms, and for the voters to know and evaluate the candidates.

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2016 National Elections are just around the corner and interested parties for elected positions are now declaring themselves candidates. Soon, the Filipino people will choose who will be the next set of leaders to run the country. To know more about these candidates up close and to some extent personal, The Lobbyist has prepared a series of profiling on the candidates in the presidential race. The first of this series is on the personal background of the presidential and vice presidential candidates. This covers basic information about them and their stand on pertinent issues.

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