VotePilipinas.com: know how to register as a voter

Vote Pilipinas includes a Voter Registration Service Test in its voter education website. Check out the Voter Registration Service Test.

If there is one thing we can control, it is doing our part to register as a voter or transfer your voter registration.

 The voter education site Vote Pilipinas (Impact Hub Manila (IHM), in partnership with the Philippines’ Commission on Elections (COMELEC) includes a Voter Registration Service Test. The additional feature provides additional information users need to know to register and encourage them to vote.

Vote Pilipinas is the official Voter Registration Information campaign partner of the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) that showcases easily digestible information on the registration process, voting precincts, requirements, and important dates to remember.

The innovative Voter Registration Service Test gives users additional information such as (1) the nearest Office of the Election Officer office to contact, (2) a list of IDs to bring, (3) forms to download, and (4) other important reminders to reduce the time spent at COMELEC headquarters during on-ground registration.

“We are thrilled for Filipino people to utilize and take advantage of Vote Pilipinas. This is a crucial step to educate voters and bring more people in to exercise their right to suffrage,” says James Jimenez, COMELEC spokesperson.

Started in August, the campaign aims to increase the number of voter registration and election turnout in time for the next national elections.

“One of the campaign’s goals is to provide every Filipino with access to the right information so they can register and ultimately vote. We hope that through the Vote Pilipinas campaign, we can shift mindsets and make people realize that every vote counts,” says Ces Rondario, Impact Hub Manila’s co-founder and the brainchild of Vote Pilipinas.

Data from the COMELEC show that in 2019, only 75.9% of registered voters turned up to cast their votes, or about 1 in every four registered voters did not participate in voting . Come 2022, more young people will be eligible to vote. Through Vote Pilipinas, IHM aims to encourage 7 million more Filipinos to register.

Impact Hub Manila and the COMELEC believe in the importance of suffrage to make impactful change, especially for youth. More young people are eligible to vote in the coming national elections.

Impact Hub Manila is part of its global network recognized by the United Nations (UN) in Geneva as a key driver in engaging communities for the achievement of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the UN. They designed the Vote Pilipinas campaign to ensure that the Philippines has strong institutions promoting peace and justice, which form the SDG 16.

The act of voting to select government leaders is a right afforded to every Filipino once they turn 18 years old. With every vote, citizens can participate in governance and in ensuring a just society.

Learn more about Vote Pilipinas through its official Facebook and Instagram pages, or visit https://www.votepilipinas.com

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Noemi Lardizabal-Dado is a Content Strategist with over 13 years experience in blogging, content management, citizen advocacy and media literacy and over 23 years in web development. Otherwise known as @MomBlogger on social media, she believes in making a difference in the lives of her children by advocating social change for social good.

She is a co-founder and a member of the editorial board of Blog Watch . She is a resource speaker on media literacy, social media , blogging, digital citizenship, good governance, transparency, parenting, women’s rights and wellness, and cyber safety.

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I do not support or belong to any political party.

She was a Senior Consultant for ALL media engagements for the PCOO-led Committee on Media Affairs & Strategic Communications (CMASC) under the ASEAN 2017 National Organizing Council from January 4 -July 5, 2017. Having been an ASEAN advocate since 2011, she has written extensively about the benefits of the ASEAN community and as a region of opportunities on Blog Watch and aboutmyrecovery.com.

Organization affiliation includes Consortium on Democracy and Disinformation

Updated Juky 15, 2019

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