Saturday, April 21, 2012

Voter's ID Card



For those voters of the municipality who have their biometric information digitally captured (photographs, fingerprints and signatures) or taken by the Data Capturing Machine (DCM) you are hereby advised to check with the Office of the Election Officer the available printed Voter’s ID card which was delivered and receive last Monday, March 26, 2012, ready for issuance. 

Only registrants whose biometrics (i.e. photograph, fingerprints and signature) which have been digitally captured by the COMELEC's Voter's Registration machine (VRM) /Data Capture Machine (DCM) during application and those who applied for Validation of their registration will be issued a voter's ID card by Comelec. 

It is therefore advisable to old voters to have their biometric information duly captured by the VRM/DCM through application for Validation because this biometrics information is needed for the printing and issuance of the Voter's ID card. Application for validation last up to October 31, 2012. Apply now! 

In case your Voter’s ID card is not yet available you can verify the status of printing by sending e-mail to with the following information: 
  • full voter's name (first name, middle name, last name)
  • date of birth
  • address


The Tentative List of Voters of the municipality of Odiongan, Province of Romblon, is now available online via where qualified voters can browse and verify if their name is included otherwise they have to avail of the remaining period to immediately go to the Office of the Election Officer located in the Municipal Hall of the municipality to apply and register as voter in order to vote in the forthcoming May 13, 2013 National and Local Elections.


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)