(GMA News) The registration of voters resumed on Monday with voter applicants forming long lines again before dawn in some areas in Metro Manila.
In Quezon City, some voters showed up as early as midnight at the Commission on Elections (Comelec) office in Barangay Sto. Cristo, according to a report by James Agustin on Unang Balita.
Because it was still curfew, they were asked to stay at the barangay hall first.
At 4 a.m., they were allowed to start falling in line on Nueva Vizcaya Street.
Voters said they are grateful that the Comelec extended the registration of voters until October 30 so they could exercise their right to vote in Eleksyon 2022.
Some of them have tried to register before for three or four times but did not make it to the cutoff.
Voters came with food and chairs, ready for the long wait. They were finally allowed to fall in line outside the Comelec office at 6 a.m. Registration will start at 8 a.m.
Barangay personnel continuously reminded voters to observe physical distancing.
Meanwhile, outside SM City North EDSA, voters slept on the floor while waiting to be allowed inside the voter registration satellite area… Read More