Casting our votes on election day was a breeze, except for the long queue of voters, which was understandable. There were no untoward incidents in our precinct, thankfully. Everything was in order. We (hubby and the kids) may be in line for nearly two hours, but the voting process took us only a few minutes to complete.
We are proud to claim that majority of our candidates have won the national election, including our presidential and vice-presidential bets.
Best of luck to our elected president and vice president. May you and all the newly-elected senators and other officials succeed in your goals to guide the country on a better path. We are counting on you. #halalan2022 #betterphilippines
Some friendly reminder to our kababayans out there, go out and vote on Monday (May 13, 2019). Exercise your right of suffrage. If you want your wishes for the government be known let your vote be your voice.
This midterm election will be our third time to vote. Hubby and I were so glad that we are exercising our right as a Filipino. In 2015, we were able to beat the deadline for Comelec registration. We took our biometrics at the Quezon City Hall braving the long lines and heat of the sun.
On election day, you should be able to prepare a list of your candidates to make it easier for you to find their names in the ballot.
And to avoid long queues in polling precincts, go to your designated polling place early. Without any hassle, you could cast your vote in probably less than 30 minutes.
Checking on the criteria we have here, we can now choose the candidates that deserve our votes. Have you decided whom to vote for the midterm elections? Who is your bet?