LIST: Satellite voters’ registration sites in Metro Manila open on September 29

Sofia Tomacruz
On Saturday, September 29, the last day of voters' registration for the 2019 elections, the Comelec's offices nationwide will be open

RUSH. Voters trying to beat the September 29 registration deadline rush to the Comelec office in Arroceros, Manila on September 28, 2018. Photo by LeAnne Jazul/Rappler

MANILA, Philippines – The Commission on Elections (Comelec) said there will be no extensions for voters’ registration once its offices and satellite registration sites close in the afternoon of Saturday, September 29.

The poll body has been implementing continuing registration over the years, with periodic breaks. This latest cycle started last July. 

For the last day of registration on Saturday, local Comelec offices nationwide will open at 8 am, and will close by 5 pm. 

In Metro Manila, there are satellite registration sites that have been open since September 25, but only a few will remain open on September 29. 

READ: #PHvote: How to register as voter in the Philippines

The poll body is accommodating new registrants, those who want to transfer or reactivate their voter records, those who want to correct their entries, and those who want to include or reinstate their records in the voters’ list.

OFFICE OF ELECTION OFFICER VENUE OF THE TRANSFER OF REGISTRATION
Las Piñas City Robinsons Place Las Piñas
Manila, 1st District Tondo Sports Complex
Marikina, 1st District Blue Wave Mall, Marikina City
Marikina, 2nd District Blue Wave Mall, Marikina City
Muntinlupa City Activity Center, Ayala Mall South Park
Parañaque City, 1st District Parañaque Sports Complex, San Antonio
Parañaque City, 2nd District Parañaque Sports Complex, San Antonio
Pateros Municipal Hall, Lobby
Quezon City, 1st District Quezon City Hall Lobby
Quezon City, 2nd District Quezon City Hall Lobby
Quezon City, 3rd District Quezon City Hall Lobby
Quezon City, 4th District Quezon City Hall Lobby
Quezon City, 5th District Quezon City Hall Lobby
Quezon City, 6th District Quezon City Hall Lobby
San Juan City San Juan Knights Gymnasium

Source: Commission on Elections

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Sofia Tomacruz

Sofia Tomacruz covers foreign affairs and is the lead reporter on the coronavirus pandemic. She also writes stories on the treatment of women and children. Follow her on Twitter via @sofiatomacruz. Email her at sofia.tomacruz@rappler.com.