The electoral battle between Vice President Leni Robredo and former Senator Bongbong Marcos drags on. Robredo's lead over Marcos after all was just a little over 200,000 votes. Supporters of Marcos staged a silent protest in front of the Supreme Court in Baguio City where justices are meeting during the summer season. Protesters hit the Chief Justice for supposedly delaying the release of the Presidential Electoral Tribunal's resolution. And now that Marcos made a deposit on the election protest fees, it looks like things are shifting into higher gear.