Philippine General Election 2010

Are you ready for the upcoming election? It will be just nearly a month of waiting.

The automated 2010 National Elections is a huge breakthrough to the electoral system of the Philippines. Almost everyone seemed to doubt the success of the voting process. Just as questionable as the issues concerning the current administration and the running political parties.

COMELEC’s official website provides sample ballots which are available for download. The government reiterates the importance of using the sample ballots to anyone who wish to practice the shading procedure if not to participate in mock voting in selected barangays.

In addition, a voter can now go to the Commission on Elections website and find their designated precinct number at the COMELEC Continuing Registration. The database though, do not include the registration record made last December 21, 22, 23, 28 and 29, 2009.

I am grateful that the two major channels in television are doing their part in educating every voting Filipinos. Undoubtedly, the constant guidance is beneficial to each Juan, not to mention the LSS of many kids “Bilog na Hugis Itlog” by Sexbomb Dancers.

Wouldn’t it be nice if we have a guide in choosing the next leader of our country?

Here’s a sample ballot from our Walkway Experience last Good Friday. I find it really creative and useful. Shade the inside of the oval fully. Only one in every category. Ready? No cheating please.

{ Click the Ballot for bigger file, you can download it too }

Make your vote count!

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  1. Paula

    April 15, 2010 at 7:04 am

    My post is up for the BC Bloggers’ Party now it’s your turn. Warning: it’s about me, me, and me. Read at your own risk!hihi



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