2022 PH Elections - Movements

#PHVote: Campaigns to inform and engage voters for the 2022 PH elections

#PHVote: Campaigns to inform and engage voters for the 2022 PH elections


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. 


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.

#PHVote coalition welcomes Comelec’s decision to extend voter registration

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LENTE offers free transportation, registers Tagbanuas for elections

As part of its voter registration campaign, election watchdog Legal Network for Truthful Elections (LENTE) Philippines provided free transportation service to the Tagbanua community of Puerto Princesa City on Monday, September 27.

With the support of the Puerto Princesa City Comelec, 55 members of the Tagbanua Tribe  from Sitio Sto. Nino, Brgy Napsan and Sitio Isang Lahi, and  Brgy. Bagong Bayan were given free transportation so they could register to vote. 

A week ago, LENTE also launched a voter registration drive project that aims to provide transportation for senior citizens, persons with disabilities, and indigenous peoples from their place of residence going to the Commission on Elections field offices and vice versa. For more information about this initiative, visit their page here.

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Youth group BYLI launches voters’ education campaign for Capizeños

A province-wide voters’ education campaign for the Capizeño youths dubbed “C-Leksyon: Capisnon sa Maalam nga Pagpiniliay,” was launched online on Saturday, September 25, to educate and empower voters of their important role in the upcoming 2022 Philippine elections.

The initiative, organized by the Borres Youth Leadership Institute Inc. with the support of the National Youth Commission and the Provincial SK Federation of Capiz, will run from October 2021 to March 2022.

This province-wide voters’ education campaign will be conducted in open spaces every weekend. It will include a combination of lectures, presentations, and small group sharing activities.

For more information about the campaign, visit C-Leksyon’s page here.

Comelec, civil society groups team up for satellite voter registrations in Iloilo City

To encourage more qualified Ilonggos to register to vote, Comelec and civil society groups in Iloilo opened satellite registration sites across the city. This initiative is in partnership with YouVote of Global Shapers Iloilo Hub, Ka-Ilongga Organization, iLead Training, and Prometheus, among others.

The satellite registration, located in SM City Iloilo, Ateneo de Iloilo, BJMP Male and Female Dormitory, University of the Philippines Visayas, University of Iloilo, Festive Walk Mall, City Mall Parola, Robinsons Jaro, and Robinsons Iloilo, started on Friday, September 10.

In areas under MECQ, sites are open during Mondays to Saturdays, including holidays from 8am to 5pm. Registration is extended up to 7pm in places under GCQ and MGCQ. 

Qualified applicants need to bring one valid ID, face mask and face shield, ballpen, registration form, health declaration form, and supplementary form.

As of September 25, over 14,000 new voters have been registered. The satellite registration is available until September 30.

Senate delays Comelec budget over row on voter registration deadline

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Senators exasperated by the refusal of the Commission on Elections to grant their request for a one-month extension of voter registration made good on their threat to use the poll body’s 2022 budget as leverage.

On Friday, September 24, the Senate finance panel deferred action on the proposed 2022 budget of the poll body until the commission en banc reconsiders their appeal to move the registration deadline to October 31, 2021, from September 30.

Read more here.