MANILA -- Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's strongman image helped his allies crush opponents in Monday's midterm elections, but the candidates also received a boost from a strong woman: his daughter, Sara.
Sara Duterte first rose to national prominence when she punched a sheriff for implementing a court order to demolish shanties in 2011. Now the mayor of Davao City -- a position her father held for more than two decades -- she has emerged as an influential politician in her own right.
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