Monday, July 19, 2010

10 Day Voters Registration begins on August 4, 2010

In line with the Baranggay Election that will happen on October 25, 2010, the Commission on Election (COMELEC) will be opening 10 days voters registration that will run from August 4 to 13.

Here are the details and requirements of the 10 days voters registration thanks to COMELEC Spokesperson James Jimenez:

WHO:

1. Any Filipino citizen may register as voter as long as he is 18 years old or older on the day of the next election (in this case the 25 October 2010 Barangay Elections);
2. Has resided in the Philippines at least a year prior to the elections;
3. Has resided for at least six months in the place he wants to vote at; and
4. He isn’t disqualified by law for being incompetent or insane or sentenced by final judgement to suffer a term of imprisonment of at least one year.

WHAT:

1. Applications for registration
2. Transfer of registration records
3. Reactivation of registration record
4. Corrections and changes in entries

WHEN:

1. In the district, city, or municipality where the applicant resides
2. Monday to Sunday
3. 8 am – 7:00 pm

HOW:

1. Personal appearance
2. Give name and exact address (specify: house number, street name, area, district, purok, sitio, and barangay)
3. Give a brief description of the residence
4. Present ID that bears photo and signature (company or school ID, postal ID, driver’s license, etc.)
5. No ID? Get a registered voter of the same precinct to vouch for your identity.
6. Fill up the form
7. Biometrics

After filing the application for registration, wait for the approval of your application. If someone has challenged your application, there will be a hearing and a notice of hearing will be posted.

According to Jimenez there will be no satellite registration, so be there as early after all 3 days from the 10-day period will be on weekends so there’s no classes and there will be no excuse not to be there and to be late. Do your part and register on the next election!








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2 comments:

Dane said...

Thank you for the info! By the way, if you were already registered for the National Elections, do you still need to register for the Barangay Elections?

Flow Galindez said...

You don't need to register again if nakapag register ka na noong national election it will be for the new voters

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