SM Bulacan malls aid Comelec listup

posted September 12, 2021 at 09:50 pm
by  Jun David
SM Malls in Marilao, San Jose Del Monte, Pulilan, and Baliwag joined the Commission on Elections’ synchronized registration to speed up application and accommodate more voter applicants, days before the September 30 registration deadline.

The opening of satellite Comelec Voter Registration centers at the SM Supermalls will not only provide voters with more registration venues, but will also give the public a safer, more convenient option amid the COVID health crisis.

To ensure health protocols are observed in satellite registration sites, Comelec will cater to at least 200 voter applicants a day in SM City Marilao and SM Center Pulilan, and 150 applicants a day for SM Malls in Baliwag and San Jose Del Monte.

The Comelec is encouraging all qualified voters to register and participate in the upcoming 2022 National and Local Elections.

Registration is open to new voters, transfer applications from outside or within the city or town, reactivation, correction of entry by virtue of marriage, or misspelled name.

Registrants may also download and accomplish the application forms and health declaration card from the Comelec website to affix their signatures and have their biometrics captured when they go to the registration venue.

SM Supermalls has 76 satellite Comelec Voter Registration centers nationwide and will run until September 30.

Through the inked partnership with the Commission on Elections, SM Supermalls is providing free space and waived charges to essential conveniences so they can efficiently operate the registration centers.

Topics: SM Malls , Marilao , San Jose Del Monte , Pulilan , Baliwag , Commission on Elections , synchronized registration , Comelec Voter Registration
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