Malfunctioning VCMs


UNISAN, Quezon: TWO Vote Counting Machines (VCMs) stopped working after counting 27 ballots in Brgy. Palagaran, in Tiaong, Quezon.

A VCM also failed in Unisan Central School, in Brgy. F. De Jesus, in the Quezon town of Unisan. It was no longer working as early as 7 a.m., prompting a recommendation for replacement.

Incumbent Gov. David Suarez cast his vote in this precinct. BELLY M. OTORDOZ



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  1. David Michael Meyer on

    Despite the official cry “All Is Well” ! Many of the machines that are supposed to be =”State of The Art” Have been reported as malfunctioning..Early into the counting

    ….These are supposed to be high tech machines..!

    .We see that other countries have ”A smooth running process, as far as the machines they use is concerned ..With a very accurate count ===So good as to be able to give you the out come –A matter of minutes after the close of the poll.s.

    Wake Up Philippines ! The warning signs are there…These machines we are using ,are either so old and defunct; as to be useless …Or there is tampering going on !

    David M Meyer (PhD Psych}