Binay: I will remain undefeated
Undefeated throughout his political career, Vice President Jejomar Binay believes he will be able to maintain such record and win as president in the 2016 elections.
Binay, who cast his vote in San Antonio High School in his political turf Makati City, said he will keep that "track record."
"Ganoon ang track record ko kaya ganoon din matatapos," Binay told reporters after voting Monday.
Binay served as Makati Mayor for 21 years before winning as vice president in 2010.
Binay said he already has a victory speech at hand, as he reiterated he is confident of victory unless there is massive cheating.
"Kagabi hinanda ko na and victory speech namin dahil sa palagay ko, tulad ng nakita ninyo na mga kasama kong nag-ikot ikot ay talagang mananalo tayo," he said.
"Sa balota nga nangunguna ako. Iyon lang inuulit ko, sana sa Diyos at sa tao, magkaroon tayo ng isang malinis at marangal na halalan. Ang ikinatatakot ko, iyong massive cheating lalong lalo na iyong ginawa sa akin, nangyari na iyong two phases, ang natitira na lang iyong principal phase," warned Binay.
He however refused to elaborate on reports reaching him about wide-spread election fraud.
Meanwhile, Binay said he had a nice sleep prior election day.
"What I had experienced, na madali kang makatulog tsaka sound sleep, mag-inhale kayo ng sampung beses. Sabi nila yoga daw yun, pero I wouldn’t know. Pero talagang totoo yun," Binay said.
Binay said he will be monitoring election developments at a "secret" location.
The presidential hopeful also sent a message to his rivals.
"Sana sundin natin iyong ating pinirmahan na tayo ay magkakaisa para magkaroon ng isang malinis at marangal na halalan," Binay said.