It’s Election Period again. As of September 2013, there are 42,028 barangays around the country. There’s 304 Barangays in Abra.
Gun Ban – September 28, 2013 to November 12, 2013
Official campaign period – October 18 to 26, 2013.
Election Day – October 28, 2013
The election will be a manual election and not automated as the May 2013 national elections were. The ballots will be blank and voters will be required to write in the name of the candidates that they want to vote for.
note: SK Elections has been postponed for 1 year.
Good luck to all candidates. As always we hope for a peacful elections.
Update: Here’s the list of Candidates Abra 2013 Barangay Elections Candidates
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ti eleksiyon,inted kadatayo ti gobyerno nga gundaway tapno intay pilien no asino ti intay manoken ken ipallot no aldaw ti panagpili, ngem saan met ta nagbalinen nga tiempo ti pinnadakes,pammerperdi nga agtungpal ti pamma patay! APAY? gapu ti kinaamen ti turay ken politika ti kalakaan a wagas tapno ag progreso ti biag, kitaen tayo ti aglaw law tayo.saan kadi nga ni politico laeng ti baknang?apay nga awan mapili tayo a nasayaat a mangidaulo kadatayo,idinto ta adu met ti masisirib ken natatakneng a tao toy ABRA?
bin-nonot lattan ta awan bannog….. sayang diay dosmil diay z.5 nga kari ni milagrosa…. innala met ngamin ti nakidiablo nga darlo bello… immabot KANU met 500K inawat mo ken mayora darlo…
You have a point gayyem Toda. There are instances already where the COMELEC allowed a “toss coin” to determine a winner in the past elections. Actually, this is a viable solution to our problems during election where guns, gold and goons prevails. Let our legislators hear this: Allow the village folks to recommend two candidates for a position, those who are known to be trustworthy, capable, and has good track records. After-which a priest, pastors or a religious personality like Tagamasid, Kanaig, and Kabulyog will lead a prayer vigil to commence the lottery. Simple as that, we have a leader whom the people have recommended and approved by the Boundless Good, our Creator. Do you think this is “craziness” Pagayam Syoke? Think about it.
you got a point naeLing but those who will be recommending ,who knows they’ve got hidden interest and just recommend their own man?or how sure they will not be forced thru intimidation or coercion? TULONG TI DIOS? narigat ngata gagayyem,ta kaaduan nga satay to la malaguip ti NAMARSUA no tiempo ti RIGAT !!
Pagayam Pagalsem, what you mention is an expected initial reactions. However, changes starts in the first step. If this will be enacted as COMELEC law, excessive funds that are being wasted during elections can be avoided. Instead, these can be used for more productive projects. If people will be used to this, a better setup can be employed. Perhaps a Barangay assembly will be called to establish rules on nomination. As time goes, we will see a better leaders to crop up with this system. And the best thing here is that, we allow God to intervene with this very important human activity.
Update: The list of Candidates has been upload. Pease check the link in the story above. or grab it here https://abreniandotcom.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/abra_2013_barangay_elections_candidates.pdf
I want to have the list of barangay candidate election 2013
Good Day. The barangay elections is over but i have a question. The re elected Brgy Captain in our Brgy has a an ongoing court trial because of violation of firearms last May 2013. Why did COMELEC allowed him to file candidacy? Can someone help me to where should i report this matter plus where can i report Graft and Corruption with the said Brgy Captain?