In 1645 one vote gave Cromwell control in England.
In 1649 one vote decided the execution of Charles I of England.
In 1776 one vote gave America English instead of German as a language. Now it's the world's.
In 1868 one vote saved Andrew Jackson from impeachment.
In 1923 one vote made Hitler leader of the Nazi party.
In 1981 Nahau Rooney won the Manus election by one vote.
In 2001, one vote decided the Senate of the Philippines not to open an envelope that was said to contain incriminating evidence against the president. The final vote was 11-10, in favor of keeping the envelope closed.
In 2010, one vote can make a change, start up the progress, and make a history for the Philippines.
Every vote count. It is our duty to choose the best person to lead and serve the country.
Adapted from: Christopher Notes
Carlo H Andrion
Oct. 24, 2009