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Coin toss settles rare Philippine election tie

Seattle Times Friday, 17 May 2019 ()
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Philippine election officials have settled a rare tie in a mayoral race by tossing a coin. They proclaimed Sue Cudilla the new mayor of the town of Araceli in western Palawan province after she won a best-of-three coin flip by picking tails. Both Cudilla, a former mayor, and her rival, incumbent […]
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News video: Heads or Tails? Basketball Team Decides Winner With a Coin Toss

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Two basketball teams in Los Angeles, California, found themselves in a tie game after overtime on May 15, and were forced to leave the outcome up to chance. Steven Chik shared footage on Instagram of the coin toss between the two UCLA intramural teams. Chik told Storyful the game was tied and the...

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