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Dictator’s son far ahead in Philippine presidential vote

An election worker places a voting receipt inside a box at a polling center Monday in Quezon City, Philippines.

With 80% of the votes tabulated, Marcos Jr. had 25.9 million, far ahead of his closest challenger, current Vice President Leni Robredo, who had 12.3 million.

(Image credit: Aaron Favila/AP)

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