They keep coming.
Four more presidential candidates filed their certificates of candidacy (COC) Tuesday at the Commission on Elections main office in Intramuros Manila.
The four presidential wannabees, all independents, were Alfredo Tindugan, a farmer, Romeo John Ygonia, a volunteer missionary from Benguet, Bertrand Joseph Winstanley, farm owner from Misamis Orienal, and Cornelio Sadsad Jr., a driver from Pasig City.
On the otherhand, Angelito Baluga, a security guard from Rizal, was the fourth candidate to file a CoC for vice president.
Leyte Rep. Martin Romualdez was the first candidate for the Senate to file his COC at 9 a.m..
Romualdez, who is on his third and last term as a congressman, is running under the Lakas- Christian-Muslim Democrat Party (Lakas-CMD). He was accompanied by his aunt, Ilocos Sur Rep. Imelda Romualdez Marcos.
Former Senior Citizens paty-list Rep. Godofredo Arquiza, also filed his COC for senator. He is running as an independent.
Soar, 26 individuals have filed their COCs for president, four for vice president and 18 for senator. WILLIAM B. DEPASUPIL