Presidential candidate Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago was in a fighting moods when she cast her vote early Monday morning at the La Vista Clubhouse in Quezon City.
Santiago, clad in a red dress, arrived at the polling precinct shortly before 7 a.m.
Upon alighting her car, Santiago, all smiles, told reporters: “Fight!”
She was accompanied by her husband Narciso.
The feisty senator said she was feeling great and woke up early to cast her vote.
Santiago urged votes protect their votes as she warned against cheating.
“Kailangan protektahan natin ang ating boto dahil may mga nangangamba na hindi sila mananalo kapag hindi sila mandaya,” she said.
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