Bulacan all set for May 9 polls, says Comelec
The Commission of Elections (Comelec) provincial office in Malolos City expressed readiness for the May 9 elections after the simultaneous testing and sealing of vote counting machines (VCMs).
In a Philippine News Agency report, provincial election supervisor, Rene Cruz Jr. said on Thursday a total of 2,878 VCMs had arrived in the province and were delivered to the province’s 21 municipalities and three cities.
“We have around two dozen VCMs for repair, but the contingency machines are on their way today,” Cruz said in the PNA report.
With the exception of minor delays, the official said there were no problems in delivering VCMs and official ballots to the towns and cities.
“Yes, kumpleto na ang mga electoral boards na composed of teachers ng Bulacan at nung March pa ito nakumpleto nung start ng training ng mga teachers,” Cruz said.
Bulacan has a total of 2,007,523 registered voters.
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