The son of the former dictator Ferdinand Marcos appears set to become the next president of the Philippines.
Early election results show Ferdinand Marcos Jr. winning a landslide victory against his closest rival, Leni Robredo.
The Marcos family was driven into exile by a popular revolt in the Philippines in 1986, but they have spent years trying to stage a political comeback.
NPR correspondent Julie McCarthy has the latest details from Manila.
This segment aired on May 10, 2022.