In this May 5, 2013 photo, former Philippine First Lady Imelda Marcos, center, greets supporters during an electoral campaign in Ilocos Norte province, northern Philippines. Twenty-seven years after her dictator husband was ousted by a public revolt, Imelda Marcos has emerged as the Philippines’ ultimate political survivor: She was back on the campaign trail this week, dazzling voters with her bouffant hairstyle, oversized jewelry and big talk in a bid to keep her seat in Congress. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

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In this May 5, 2013 photo, former Philippine First Lady Imelda Marcos, center, greets supporters during an electoral campaign in Ilocos Norte province, northern Philippines. Twenty-seven years after her dictator husband was ousted by a public revolt, Imelda Marcos has emerged as the Philippines’ ultimate political survivor: She was back on the campaign trail this week, dazzling voters with her bouffant hairstyle, oversized jewelry and big talk in a bid to keep her seat in Congress. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
In this May 5, 2013 photo, former Philippine First Lady Imelda Marcos, center, greets supporters during an electoral campaign in Ilocos Norte province, northern Philippines. Twenty-seven years after her dictator husband was ousted by a public revolt, Imelda Marcos has emerged as the Philippines’ ultimate political survivor: She was back on the campaign trail this week, dazzling voters with her bouffant hairstyle, oversized jewelry and big talk in a bid to keep her seat in Congress. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
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