A guide to our 2016 Election Monitoring #VoteReportPH

Together with We-Watch, Blog Watch and Task Force Pollwatch, Kontradaya is a broad campaign of various organizations and individuals ; religious , artists, concerned citizens, activists, youth and students, lawyers, IT experts, teachers, government employees and ordinary Filipinos who are committed against election and the failure of elections. If you want to be part of our monitoring efforts, here are the details.

To report , use hashtag #VoteReportPH

SMART: 0998-5690898
GLOBE: 0927-4516047
SUN: 0922-373772

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Precint Monitoring Guide: How to report / What to report

2016 Precint Election Monitoring Guide (Tagalog) by BlogWatch.ph

2016 Precint Election Monitoring Guide (English version) by BlogWatch.ph

FINAL TESTING AND SEALING (MAY 2-6)

1. Report results of VCM diagnostics

2. BEI procedures

3. Irregularity on the initialization report

4. Missing/lack of any election paraphernalia

5. Rejected Ballots (counts and incidents)

6. Votes not printed on the receipt

7. Discrepancy on the automated and manual count

ELECTION DAY (MAY 9, 2016)

1. Traditional Fraud

2. Irregularity on the initialization report

3. BEI procedures

4. Missing/lack of any election paraphernalia

5. Rejected Ballots (counts and incidents)

6. Votes not printed on the receipt

7. Vote Counting Machine (VCM) errors

8. Transmission errors

9. Failure of election


This is our reporting flow

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Our monitoring tools

– SMSSync / Frontline SMS

– Ushahidi Platform

– Drupal CMS

– PHP/Python

– GNU/Linux

Download the election monitoring guide and reporting flow below

#VoteReportPH A guide to the 2016 Election Monitoring by BlogWatch.ph

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BlogWatch receives the “Best Story” Award for the First Data Journalism PH 2015 from the Open Knowledge Foundation and Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism  for their story on “Aid Monitoring: Citizens’ Initial Efforts in the Wake of Typhoon Yolanda” . Forbes Philippines also received the same award.

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