This May, Esquire Philippines sheds a light on one of the important issues in the country: politics. “It is our duty to get involved in one way or the other in how we elect our leaders and get the government with deserve. This issue is a way of dealing with that head on and we hope that it will somehow make you consider your vote when you cast your ballot on May 13. We owe it to ourselves but most especially to the ones too young to vote. It’s time that our politics grow up with them,” as written by Esquire Philippines editor-in-chief Erwin Romulo in his editor’s note.
Gracing this month’s cover is actress Heart Evangelista not only encourages you to vote wisely, but also pours her heart out to writer Yvette Tan about her newfound independence, living in undisclosed locations, and everything else that makes her a Woman We Love.
Inside this month’s Election Issue, Erwin Romulo talks to United Nationalist Alliance’s campaign manager Rep. Toby Tiangco about this year’s campaigns, how to make friends in politics, and Binay 2016. “Normally politicians say it’s nothing personal when they do the attacks, but when they get hit, it becomes personal to them,” this month’s Man at His Best Rep. Toby shares.
In addition in Esquire Philippine’s Election Special is Frank Drilon as he imparts lessons from years on the campaign trail. “The first time I ran I felt insecure,” shares the senator and Team PNoy campaign manager.
Not to be missed is Esquire’s Guide to the 2013 Elections as Lourd de Veyra, Gang Badoy, Oliver X. A. Reyes, Philbert Dy, Natashya Gutierrez, and Patricia Evangelista report, comment, and rant about this year’s elections, plus a cartoon by Gilbert Daroy.
The May issue of Esquire Philippines is available in newsstands and bookstores nationwide for P195. A digital edition is available via Summit Newsstand (http://bit.ly/RjqZV5) where all digital subscribers get a chance to have a copy of the issue’s alternative cover of Heart Evangelista. For more details, check out Esquire online via www.esquiremagazine.ph, become a fan of Esquire on Facebook via www.facebook.com/EsquirePH, and follow them on Twitter via www.twitter.com/EsquirePH.