How to Vote on 2010 Philippine Automated Election

I just want to share this nice comic strip made by GMA News TV that was sent to me by my friends thru email.

I just hope that this will work during the election. The # 3 instruction led me to think if the time for the election from 7:00 till 300 Pm is enough to educate the voters. The government should be more techie and advertise in the Internet and television in order to educate the people. So are we going to see Philipine Election related ads in the futeure ? .

Well they need to. You might want to check my previous post and the comments about Philippine 2010 Automated Election that was posted in this blog.

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    I also learned that the candidates are arranged by the number in the registration (?)not in alpha order. I would like to suggest that if ever there is an ad by the comelec, they should also educate voters on this aspect and it should as early as now na

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