SF Consulate okays big batch of overseas voting applications SF Consulate okays big batch of overseas voting applications
 
 
 
 
 
 

SF Consulate okays big batch of overseas voting applications

/ 10:26 AM July 25, 2023

The registration board comprises Deputy Consul General  Raquel Solano as chair and Vice Consul Adrian Baccay and Genevieve Ferrer as members. CONTRIBUTED

The registration board comprises Deputy Consul General  Raquel Solano as chair and Vice Consul Adrian Baccay and Genevieve Ferrer as members. CONTRIBUTED

SAN FRANCISCO – A total of 2,675 overseas voting applications filed from  April 1 to June 30, 2023, were approved July 17 at a hearing of the Philippine Consulate’s Resident Election Registration Board (RERB)

The Consulate’s RERB has so far approved a total of 3,793 applications since registration of overseas voters resumed on  December 9 last year.

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The registration board comprises Deputy Consul General  Raquel Solano as chair and Vice Consul Adrian Baccay and Genevieve Ferrer as members.

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The Consulate, along with other Philippine embassies and consulates worldwide, will continue registering overseas voters until  September 30, 2024.

Filipino citizens (including dual citizens) who will be outside the Philippines, are at least 18 years of ahttps://ruby.inquirer.net/redirect/redirect.php?item_id=2445ge on 12 May 2025, and are not otherwise disqualified by law, may register with the Consulate as overseas voters for the 2025 Philippine National Elections.

The Consulate’s method of overseas voting is postal voting, where official ballots are sent to the overseas voter’s preferred address via mail.

Registered overseas voters of previous elections who moved to a new address within the Consulate’s area of jurisdiction are also urged to visit the Consulate and apply for change of address.

Additional information on the ongoing overseas voting registration is available on the 

Consulate’s official OV page: https://pcgsanfrancisco.org/overseas-voting/.

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