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2013 National and Local Elections



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2010 Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) Elections voters education flyers

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2001 National and Local Elections 

On February 6, 2001, five member agencies of the Advertising Board of the Philippines (AdBoard) namely McCann-Erickson, Basic Advertising, Avellana & Associates, Ace Saachi & Saachi Image Dimension and Avellana and Associates met with members of the Namfrel Media and Voter Advocacy Committee to plan out a nationwide voters education campaign for the 2001 polls.

In order to come up with a relevant campaign, AdBoard commissioned a study of the electorate to determine what are their perceptions on elections and on politicians in general. Since the target of the campaign was the “masses” or voters belonging to the C, D and E classes, they were made the subjects of the study.

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2000 Registration Deadline 

Voter information dissemination was a tough challenge with the total number of registered voters increasing. As a public service, Namfrel and the Philippine Daily Inquirer published an ad calling on voters to register; however, many were not able to beat the December 27, 2000 deadline for continuing registration of voters. There were numerous petitions especially from different youth organizations for a two-day special registration of voters, on February 17 and 18, 2001, but the request was denied on February 8, 2001 by a Comelec en banc resolution.
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The number of positions to be voted for in the May 2001 elections ranged from 28 to 34, from the 13 senators, party list organization, congressman, governor, vice-governor and provincial councilors, to the city/town mayor, vice-mayor, and city/town councilors.

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