Election season in the Philippines has just begun, and nearly one hundred candidates have registered to run in next year's presidential derby.
Eliminate the no-hopers and cranks and it is shaping up to be a five-cornered race,
with a clutch of serious contenders as outside bets.
An Online Guide to Voting in the Philippine national and local elections of 2010.
Official Website of the COMELEC
The Commission on Elections is mandated to give life and meaning to the basic principle that sovereignty resides in the people and all government authority emanates from them.
Know Your Ballot The ballot is still in paper form just like the old ballot we are used to. But it now looks more professional and is roughly the size of an A4 sheet of paper. The names of the candidates running for national positions are printed back-to-back. Here is a sample of the ballot.
Know How to Vote in an Automated Election New and old voters might be a little intimidated by the fancy technology used for the 2010 Presidential elections. However, the new automated process is being employed for quick, easy, and transparent counting that should minimize fraud. Hopefully, this quick guide on how to vote in an automated election will make the procedure less confusing for you.
Know How to Find your Precinct As part of the Commission on Election's (Comelec) continuing registration program, it has made a way for you to find your precinct online. The data they have is based on Comelecís Field Data officerís submissions. It is a good time to verify now where your precinct is, so you could act upon it.
Comelec General Instructions General Instructions for the Board of Election Inspectors (BEI) onb the Voting, counting, and transmission of results in connection with the
May 10, 2010 National and Local Elections
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