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  • Writer's pictureMenchie Kinao

89 voters deleted from barangay, SK polls in Pasil

Pasil, Kalinga – The Election Registration Board of Pasil in Kalinga province deleted 89 from the list of voters for the October 30 barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections.

Election Officer Abe Baawa shared that 56 of the said figure transferred to other municipalities or the city, 27 died, while 6 were double registrants as per Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) result.

The local election board further disapproved the application of two voters for the SK elections due to double registration.

Approved registration applications

Meanwhile, Pasil ERB approved 220 registration applications from December 12, 2022, to January 31, 2023. Of these, 141 were applications for regular voters or those 18 years old and above, while 79 were for SK (15 to 17 years old.

The deletion, approval, and disapproval of local voters were the result of the ERB hearing held on March 6 this year.

As of said day, there are 2,791 registered SK voters and 7,440 regular voters for the forthcoming elections.

Balatoc village registers the highest number of regular voters with 1,208, followed by Cagaluan with 972, Guina-ang with 624, Balinciagao Norte with 567, Pugong with 553, Magsilay with 529, Ableg with 459, Dangtalan with 414, Colayo with 402, Balinciagao Sur with 390, Malucsad with 386, Dalupa with 346, Bagtayan with 296, and Galdang with 294.

For SK voters, 395 of the overall figure are in Cagaluan, 346 in Balatoc, 240 in Guina-ang, 232 in Magsilay and Pugong, 192 in Balinciagao Norte, 190 in Balinciagao Sur, 176 in Dangtalan, 169 in Ableg, 165 in Colayo, 151 in Malucsad, 114 in Galdang, 110 in Dalupa, and 79 in Bagtayan.

Some 57 precincts have been established in the locality for the local polls. Also, there were 27 grouped or clustered precincts and 16 voting centers in all.

The voters' list for said elections will be released no later than Aug. 1, according to the Commission on Elections (Comelec).


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