Voter’s Registration–5 Simple Steps

Saw this infographic from Wanderrgirl’s post:

Source: via Vera on Pinterest


A few months ago I claimed my Voter’s ID at our barangay hall, three years after I registered as a voter. I thought all along it was going to be a digitized ID with the biometrics and all, but it was printed in security paper and I had to pay a small fee to have it laminated by the barangay personnel. Digitized or not, it’s still a government ID, so I’ll take it.

My own experience at voters’ registration was chronicled here when I registered to vote. If you’re 18 years old or older, a resident of the Philippines, head to your Comelec office at the town/city/municipal hall and get registered!