WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
There is a need – an urgent one – to make the voter the central figure in the 2022 elections.
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed deep-seated issues in health, education, transportation, and governance. With a lot at stake in the 2022 Philippine elections, voters must exercise their individual civic duty and make use of their collective power in shaping the nation’s future.
To help make that happen, several organizations from various sectors, including MovePH, Rappler’s civic engagement arm, have formed the #PHVote coalition. We promote avenues for civic participation in the coming elections, work to increase voter registration and turnout, and fight election-related disinformation.
Bookmark and refresh this page for the campaigns and action points of #PHVote coalition partners.
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Help report COC filing from your province
As early as the COC filing, Filipinos in the provinces can help serve as eyes and ears on the ground and keep watch of who will be vying for local seats in their area.
The crowdsourced information can be used by local community organizers and other voters in your area to start their research and help make an informed decision in 2022.
Rappler and its community of lead Movers will verify these reports. Verified reports will also be reflected in the map and in our constantly updated list of aspirants for local positions in the 2022 elections.
Are you up for this #PHVote challenge? Join here.
Remember that the work for 2022 starts long before we fill up the ballots.