“Distribution of mailing packets” and “casting of ballots” will be included in the said activity.
It means that your application for overseas voting has been approved and you’re allowed to vote in the 2016 National Elections.
Five months before the election, a whopping 1.6 billion pesos has already been spent by four presidential candidates on TV ads alone.
The online Presidential polls were conducted through November 22-25. Aside from Duterte, other presidentiables included in the polls were DILG Sec. Mar Roxas, Sen.Grace Poe, Sen. Miriam Santiago and Vice President Jejomar Binay.
The Commission on Election (COMELEC) has extended the period of filing of Application for Reactivation until December 9, 2015.
Who are you rooting for in the coming Philippine Vice-Presidential Election 2016 if you only have the following options?
Santiago declared her candidacy on Tuesday, October 13, in a news conference held following a book signing event of her book.
“I am sorry to disappoint those who spent much and worked hard and long in support of me as I went around the espousing the benefits and advantages of federalism,” Duterte said.
Eight hundred fifty one (851) registered voters have their records deactivated by the Resident Election Registration Board (RERB) of the Philippine Embassy in Bangkok per RERB order No. 001 dated September 22, 2015.
The Philippine Embassy in Bangkok advises Filipinos in Thailand to visit the Consular Office to get their records updated especially if they changed their residential address since the last time they voted.