February 9, 2023

Mayor Benjamin Magalong urged residents and city government employees to enlist during the offsite registration of the Commission on Elections, Feb. 10, from 9 a.m. at the City Hall lobby.
All types of voter registration including new voters, transfer of records, change of status, or correction of entries and reactivation of registration will be entertained.
New registrants are required to bring their valid IDs and birth certificates while applicants for change of status and/or correction of entries should bring their marriage contracts and birth certificates.
City Election Officer John Paul Martin arranged the offsite registration at the City Hall after discovering that many city employees are not active voters.
“As we intensify our goal to register qualified citizens, it is proper to start with requiring government employees to register and vote to set an example to private citizens to do the same,” Martin told Magalong.
The mayor tasked City Human Resource Management Officer-in-Charge Edith Dawaten to coordinate the Comelec activity and ensure that employees will avail of the services. – Aileen P. Refuerzo