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Was this overseas voting ballot for the 2016 elections tampered with?

Overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) officially began voting on April 9 for the 2016 elections (The 30-day overseas voting period will end on May 9, 2016). The Department of Foreign Affairs reported that there are 1,376,067 registered overseas voters who may participate in deciding the next national leaders of the Philippines.

In the Pilipinas Halalan 2016 public Facebook group, a concerned citizen shared a post about a suspicious tampered sample ballot which highlighted names of certain candidates. The sample ballot in question shows that the names of Daang Matuwid’s Presidential candidate Mar Roxas and Vice-Presidential candidate Leni Robredo highlighted in yellow, their political party’s official color.

Pilipinas Halalan 2016 concerned individual shares a susupicious sample ballot edited
The post about the suspicious overseas election 2016 tampered ballot has over 9,000 shares on Facebook as of whis writing. The post has even reached COMELEC spokersperson James Jimenez who made the following response:

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