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COMELEC Halalan 2013 App
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The Commission on Elections (COMELEC) is the principal Philippine government agency tasked to enforce and administer all laws and regulations concerning the conduct of regular and special national and local elections.
ABS-CBN is an enfranchised broadcast entity with interests and capability in providing multi-media campaign and services.
ABS-CBN has created the COMELEC election mobile application (the “COMELEC App”) to allow the public access to election-related information and services through mobile phones and devices, and giving the public the required relevant information and services at any time and location.
The COMELEC App, managed and operated by ABS-CBN, have the following features:
a. Voter Status Checker - allows voter to check status of his registration and eligibility for the Elections;
b. Precinct Finder - assists voter in locating his precinct or polling place;
c. Halalan 101 - provides the public with all the details and information regarding the Elections such as essential election-related dates; instructions on how to fill up the ballot; or use election-related equipment; Elections-related policies, laws or rules; and other Elections-related information;
d. Candidates List - a list of candidates for the national and local positions including party list organizations, as provided by COMELEC, with candidate’s profile if applicable;
e. Election News - contains updates from COMELEC sourced through http://www.mycomelec.tv and Elections-related news tagged from ABS-CBNnews.com
f. BMPM Report - will allow the public to submit citizen journalism reports including photos and videos;
g. Election Results - provides updates on the progress of vote counting or tabulation from sources designated and/or authorized by COMELEC.
For comments or questions, you may write to email@example.com . For questions on specific registration or voter details, send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org . Put in the subject line: comelec app.
- Updated text and graphics in preparation for the 2016 elections