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Rules and Regulation on Local Absentee Voting

Rules and Regulation on Local Absentee Voting in Connection with the May 13, 2019 National and Local Elections

For the information and guidance of all concerned, attached herewith is a copy of COMELEC Resolution No. 10443 promulgated on 08 November 2018, entitled: “Rules and Regulations on Local Absentee Voting in connection with the May 13, 2019 National and Local Elections.” Included herein are the sample Application Forms for Local Absentee Voting (LAV Form No. 1); and List of Registered Voters who will Avail of Local Absentee Voting (LAV Form No. 2)

In order to afford all DepEd personnel sufficient information on how they could avail of the Local Absentee Voting System, you are hereby directed to disseminate the aforesaid COMELEC Resolution and LAV Forms to all field offices. Copies of the said Resolution and forms may be reproduced or downloaded from the COMELEC website www.comelec.gov.ph.

Please be advised that all accomplished application forms and certified Lists of Applicants should be transmitted not later than 11 March 2019 directly to the Committee on Local Absentee Voting (CLAV) c/o ECAD, Commission on Elections, 8th Floor, Palacio del Gobernador Bldg. Intramuros, Manila. You may contact the committee at telephone numbers (02) 527-0830 and (02) 527-2986, for inquiries and further information.

Thank you.

ALAIN DEL B. PASCUA
Undersecretary

COMELEC Resolution No. 10443

COMELEC Resolution No. 10443

RULES AND REGULATIONS ON LOCAL ABSENTEE VOTING IN CONNECTION WITH THE MAY 13, 2019 NATIONAL AND LOCAL ELECTIONS.

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