Voting ends at 5:00 pm (Philippine time) on May 9, 2016 and ballots should reach the Philippine Embassy by 4:00 pm (Bangkok time) on May 9, 2016.
The voting period for registered Filipino voters based overseas is from April 9 – May 9, 2016. Filipinos living abroad once again would have a chance to play a significant part in choosing leaders that will manage our vital contribution as OFWs to the Philippine economy.
Click the link below to verify if your name is included in the final list approved by the Resident Election Registration Board (RERB).
It means that your application for overseas voting has been approved and you’re allowed to vote in the 2016 National Elections.
Below is the new list of registered voters whose voter’s IDs have just been released.
The 41-year-old representative of the 4th district of Leyte ranked third on their list, which include seven other women politicians from around the world such as Julia Bonk of the German Parliament and Ukraine’s former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko.
Five months before the election, a whopping 1.6 billion pesos has already been spent by four presidential candidates on TV ads alone.
They promised to bring down the national crime rate by half within one year through an “intensified and aggressive” national anti-crime campaign targeting the country’s identified crime spots.
Candidates for provincial governors in Mindanao are said to have paid up to P1 million, and senatoriables even paid higher in past elections, report said.
Three of the county’s biggest and most prestigious universities have chosen Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago as next president in 2016.