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City Comelec transfers office for regristration’s last leg

ANTICIPATING the influx of registrants for the last two weeks of the registration period, the Commission on Elections of this city will temporarily transfer its office from Burgos-Cruz Taal Streets to the second floor, Lingkod Pinoy Center at Robinson’s Mall in Limketkai Complex.

The transfer started on April 17 and will be City Comelec’s office until April 29, including Saturdays.
The City Comelec will receive applicatins for registration, transfer, reactivation, correction of entries, and change of status.

Applicants for new registration and transfer of their voter’s registration must present any valid ID with current residence address. For 15 to 17-year-old registrants, bring any valid ID (i.e. school ID) and three copies of birth certificate. For correction of entries, bring three copies of birth certificate. For change of status, bring three copies of marriage contract

Distribution of priority numbers at Robinson’s Mall car park area will start at 6 am, every day.
The system of continuing registration is in preparation for the Oct. 23 Katipunan ng Kabataan and Barangay Elections. Registrations is until April 29 only.

All other transactions such as the issuance of voter’s certification, claiming of voter’s ID, applications for ID replacement and others will also be accomodated at Robinson’s Mall.
City Comelec’s office at Burgos-Cruz Taal Streets will be cloased for the meantime. (city comelec)

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