I had the chance to observe the unboxing, set-up and testing of one of the VCM (Vote Counting Machine) located at Bangued West Central School. The Precint covers Barangays Zone 1, Zone 2 and Cabuloan. Advertisements
BANGUED, Abra, (PIA) — The Commission on Election in Abra is now open for registration, record validation, and updating of registration record to all voters. According to Atty. Mae Richelle Belmes, Provincial Election Supervisor, the registration and validation started last May 6, 2014 and will end up on October 31,
BY: MARIA TERESA BENAS BANGUED, Abra, (PIA) – – The week-long filing of Certificate of Candidacy (COCs) for the October 28 barangay elections went on peacefully in the province , thanks to the concerted efforts of various sectors to maintain peace and order during the election period.
By Artemio A. Dumlao (abrenian.com) La Trinidad, Benguet (October 22, 2013) – An armed mayor and two of his bodyguards were held along a checkpoint in Bangued, Abra’s capital town.
Three weeks (July 1, 2013) from now, the winners of the 2013 Elections will be assuming their respective offices. And for 3 years new and old faces will either make or break the dreams of Abrenians for a better government. I hope they are ready..
We just posted the results of the Elections 2013 broken down into Municipalities. These results are based on the COMELEC data. You can view them through the drop down menu on these pages: https://news.abrenian.com/election-2013-results/ https://news.abrenian.com/election-2013-result-page-2/
Bangued, Abra. The first vote-buying case was filed in Abra against Dominic Valera, mayoralty candidate of Bangued and daughter-in-law Janssen Valera, mayoralty candidate for Pidigan. The allege “vote-buying” was caught on tape, according to the news on ABS-CBS.
BY MIKHA FLORES A social experiment in a town in Abra province aiming to educate and empower voters and track the causes of election violence and vote-buying has hit a brick wall. Local leaders, whose participation is crucial to the success of the project, have rejected it. The project called ‘Restoring Electoral Integrity in Abra … Continue reading
MANILA, Philippines—The Commission on Elections (Comelec) signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) Tuesday with concerned groups in the province of Abra to assist in the enforcement of campaign laws and to fight vote buying.
By Redjie Melvic M. Cawis BAGUIO CITY. Dec. 2 (PIA) — It is the vision of the Police Regional Office – Cordillera (Pro-Cor) that Abra no longer be under the control of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) in the 2013 elections and they are working hard for its realization.