Election officials are hoping for a high turnout of voters in Cordillera who will troop to 1,828 precincts in the six provinces on Monday.
Police and military personnel said last week they are on top of the situation and ready to respond to emergency calls and provide security assistance.
Records released by the regional Commission on Elections show that from a total of 924,751 registered voters in the region, Benguet and Baguio have the highest combined number of registered voters of 343,261.
In Benguet, the capital town of La Trinidad has the highest number voters with 35,883 while Sablan has the least voters in the province with 6,320.
Records show Tabuk City has the most number of voters among all capital towns in the region with 64,580.
Baguio, however, remains the only local unit in the region that surpassed the 100,000 voters, with 146,230 voters.
Among the towns, Daguioman in Abra has the least number of voters with 1,310. The other town in Abra with less than 2,000 voters is Bucloc with 1,944 voters.
The capital town of Bangued has 25,565 voters.
In Apayao, Conner has the most number of voters among the seven towns with 13,443 while Sta. Marcela has the least voters in the province with 6,777.
In Ifugao, there are more registered voters in Alfonso Lista with 15,591. Lagawe, its capital, has 10,739 while Hungduan has the least voters with 6,023.
In Kalinga, Pinukpuk is trailing Tabuk City with 22,092 voters while Tanudan has the least voters with 8,156.
In Mountain Province, Bauko has 23,379 voters, topping the capital town of Bontoc which only has 17,730. Barlig has the least number of voters with 4,260.
A total of 2,440 police personnel and 1,102 soldiers will be deployed to secure the 1,359 voting centers in six provinces and two cities in the Cordillera on election day.