Saturday, March 8, 2014


In preparation for the forthcoming May 09, 2016 National and Local Elections, the Commission on Elections shall resume the acceptance of application for registration and validation of registration records starting on May 6, 2014 to October 31, 2015 in their respective COMELEC offices nationwide.
The Commission on Elections promulgated Resolution No. 9853 dated February 19, 2014 setting the date, rules and regulations relative to the resumption of the

Monday, February 3, 2014



Published herewith is a list of voters who has available COMELEC Identification Card (ID) issued by the Commission on Elections ready to be claimed personally by the recipient every office hour at the Office of the Election Officer, Municipality of Odiongan, Province of Romblon, Philippines.

For those who will not be able to personally claim their Voters ID a written authorization duly notarized must be presented together with the valid identification document of the authorized representatives per Comelec Res. No. 9387. (See List Below)

Wednesday, January 29, 2014



I find it strange that some people would absolve voters of responsibility in the kind of people that are elected to public office – good or bad.
The fact is simply this: people don’t get into elected positions unless they are voted for. That being the case, who else are you going to blame (or, to be fair, applaud) for how the elected official turns out?

Sunday, December 1, 2013


Starting July 1, 2013 the Commission on Elections shall conduct validation of registered voters whose biometrics has not been captured at their offices in every city and municipality. 
BIOMETRICS refers to the quantitative analysis that provides a positive identification of an individual such as voice, photograph, fingerprint, signature, iris and/or such other identifiable features.

All of those registered voters on record without biometric data shall be required to undergo biometrics data capture, i.e., a digital photograph is taken of the registrant, his fingerprints are digitally taken, and his signature is electronically recorded.


I am a Responsible and Principled Citizen.

I will educate myself and others about the issues at hand so that my vote is a meaningful and relevant exercise of my right of suffrage.

I pledge to vote for candidates who will abide by the duly constituted rules on campaigning because I understand that those who refuse to obey the law in the little things are not likely to obey the law in the more important things;

I pledge to vote for candidates who, by word and action, renounce violence, coercion, vote-buying, and corruption as means for getting elected;

I pledge to vote for the candidates who listen to their constituents and are responsive to the needs and aspirations of those they seek to represent;

I pledge to vote as my conscience dictates in all elections.

I make these promises freely and upon my honor.

(This Voter Pledge was read at the Unity Walk of 13 January 2013, by COMELEC Commissioner Elias R. Yusoph)