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Friday, April 10, 2009


In line with the ongoing registration for new voters, Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Olongapo is going mobile and will be visiting all the 17 barangays in Olongapo City.

In the radio program Mayor’s Corner at DWGO-AM 1008, Atty. Lydia Florentino Pangilinan, Provincial Elections Supervisor and Acting Elections Officer of COMELEC-Olongapo, announced the good news: “We are bringing the voters’ registration closer to the people. Instead of going to the COMELEC Office, they just have to go to the Barangay Hall on the scheduled dates,” said Pangilinan.

The on-site registration commenced on March 28 and April 02, 2009 in Barangay Barretto. “Malaki ang sakop ng Barretto kaya dalawang sabado ang inilaan natin sa kanila,” Pangilinan said.

The other barangays are scheduled as follows:

West Tapinac - April 18
Banicain - April 25
Sta. Rita Proper - May 02 and May 09
East Tapinac - May 16 and May 23
Gordon Heights - May 30 and June 06
New Cabalan Proper – June 13
Boton/ Bangal - June 20
IRAM - June 27
Kalaklan - July 04 and July 11
Tabacuhan - July 18
Balic-Balic - July 25
Old Cabalan - August 01 and August 08
East Bajac-Bajac - August 15 and August 22
New Kalalake - August 29
Asinan/ Pag-asa - September 5
Mabayuan - September 12
New Kababae/ Ilalim - September 19
West Bajac-Bajac - September 26

“I believe that voting is the most important exercise of democracy. Registering is equally important because the success of our democracy depends on getting as many of our citizens involved even if it is not yet election time,” Mayor James “Bong” Gordon, Jr. remarked.

Registration is still open on weekdays, Mondays through Fridays, at the COMELEC Office located at the 2nd Floor of the Olongapo City Hall Complex from 8:00 am to 12:00 nn and 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm until October 31, 2009. PAO - CHAY

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