INFOGRAPHICS: Prohibited acts in poll precincts

This is AI generated summarization, which may have errors. For context, always refer to the full article.

Reminders on what a voter cannot do inside the polling precinct

MANILA, Philippines – Did you know that you cannot talk to anybody besides election inspectors inside the polling precinct when you cast your vote on May 13?

Here are some more reminders on what you as a voter cannot do, and where senior citizens, pregnant women, prison detainees and persons with disabilities (PWDs) will proceed on Election Day.

Comelec Resolution No. 9640 laid out the rules and regulations for the conduct of the second automated general election in Philippine history. –

Is your bet leading in the 2013 elections?

Mirrored from Comelec 2013 election results data, we bring you latest numbers fresh from the server!

Check out these links to see results from:

See how fast the Comelec election results data is transmitted through the PCOS Transmission Status Map!

Feeling nostalgic? Watch how the May 13 elections unfold through Rappler’s hourly #PHvote livestreams:

For overall live updates on the aftermath of May 13 and stories leading up to Decision Day, check out our extensive 2013 Philippine elections coverage!

Add a comment

Sort by

There are no comments yet. Add your comment to start the conversation.

Summarize this article with AI

How does this make you feel?

Download the Rappler App!