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Ang Dumi ng halalan

May 11, 2010


Yes, madumi.. trash is everywhere…


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Profiles of National Candidates

April 27, 2010

Know more about the candidates for National elections.  Download a copy of their Profile summaries here.

from Caucus of Development NGO Networks (CODE-NGO)

Campaigning during wake

January 11, 2010

I was surprised to see this card during the wake of my lola.

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The  first thing that came into my mind was campaigning. I mean come on.. this is not the usual mass card or sympathy card that you’ll get right? He could have just neatly placed his name there in a more formal and respectful way.

Registered voters without “Biometrics captured” can still vote

November 3, 2009

From Comelec:

“Registered voters who haven’t had their biometrics captured need not panic. They can still vote in 2010.”

COMELEC spokesman James Jimenez issued this clarification Wednesday after news items came out saying that voters whose biometrics were not captured during their registration will not be allowed to cast their vote.

Jimenez explained that of the more than 45 million registered voters nationwide, more than half have yet to submit their biometrics using the poll body’s data capturing machines.

“So long as your name is included in the voters list, you will be allowed to vote,” he said, adding that voters’ identification cards (IDs) is also not a requirement on Election Day.

Online voter registration verification

October 12, 2009

Need to know if you are really a registered voter? You can do so online.  The Commission on Elections (Comelec) has made available an online voter registration verification.


If you have registered before June 17, 2009, your details should appear here.  You’ll be able to see your assigned precinct.

If you don’t see anything or if it returns an error, don’t panic. Your data may still be in the process of uploading.

I’m now a Registered Voter!

September 24, 2009

It took me 3 hours to be an official and registered Voter.

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But it was the waiting time which took much of that 3 hours. The registration process was easy and orderly. You just really have to bring the proper requirements and fill-out the registration form properly and you won’t have any problems.

Here’s how the registration process was:

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Election Campaign

August 12, 2009

I was browsing through the omnibus election code. I was particularly interested in one of the sections related to election Campaign.

Sec. 80. Election campaign or partisan political activity outside campaign period. – It shall be unlawful for any person, whether or not a voter or candidate, or for any party, or association of persons, to engage in an election campaign or partisan political activity except during the campaign period: Provided, That political parties may hold political conventions or meetings to nominate their official candidates within thirty days before the commencement of the campaign period and forty-five days for Presidential and Vice-Presidential election.

And the law specifically states that the following acts means campaigning:

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Automation is a GO!

July 24, 2009

Well, it seems that the 2010 Philippine Elections will be automated after all.

Total Information Management Corp (TIM) backed out of the partnership with SmartMatic was able to patch up their differences.

It’s a Go for automation!

No automated polls for 2010

June 29, 2009

Total Information Management Corp (TIM) backed out of the partnership with SmartMatic.

So, no more poll automation for 2010.

Voter registration in Marikina City

May 28, 2009

Visited the Comelec office in Marikina City.


Voter registration here seems to be going smoothly. Wilth all reminders posted for everyone to see.

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