Finally ...Registered to vote

October 14, 2021 9:57am CST
Elections for National and Local government officials is already scheduled on May 2022. A lot of peĆ²ple here in the Philippines is getting ready for that day. Our Commission on Elections opened schedules for voter registration and my mom just reactivated hers after working abroad for twenty years. My youngest sibling , my brother is a new applicant and was registered too. He filled up forms and attached his documents on it and submitted them and voila biometrics was done and now he is a registered voter We will just wait for May 2022 to exercise our rights to vote and hopefully to make better changes for our leaders in our government. Fellow lotters are you a registered voter too? Have you voted or even experienced voting for your leaders?
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6 responses
@asianlady (2752)
• Ireland
15 Oct 21
Yes, I activated my voting rights when I was here, but I couldn't remember what year was it. But I was able to vote the last Election for Senators, I think. The Philippine Embassy in London sent me a form and then after choosing who I'm going to vote. I send the form back to London.
@DianneN (247188)
• United States
14 Oct 21
Good for you! Every vote matters.
@Nawsheen (28749)
• Mauritius
14 Oct 21
I'm a registered voter too but I don't usually vote. All politicians are the same when it comes to my country
@RebeccasFarm (92639)
• Wheat Ridge, Colorado
14 Oct 21
Yes I am but I am not sure if I vote this time.
@franxav (13383)
• India
14 Oct 21
In my opinion each vote matters and all voters together can bring about a change.
@solidcodes (1576)
• Philippines
14 Oct 21
I'm tired of it. I don't vote anymore.