The Register Anywhere Project (RAP), which is slated to be pilot-tested next week, is only…
Comelec will step up its information campaign for the “Register Anywhere” program.
On Monday, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) acknowledged the necessity to step up its communication campaign about the Register Anywhere Project (RAP) in order to persuade people to register in a number of participating malls in strategic locations across the nation.
In a statement to the media, Comelec Chairman George Erwin Garcia stated, “We still need to step up the information effort on the RAP.
This followed a weekend with low registration turnout in major RAP hubs in Metro Manila, Tacloban City in the province of Leyte, and Legazpi City in Albay.
A total of 611 applicants were allowed to register in RAP booths located inside retail spaces, according to data supplied by the polling organization.
The most people registered at SM Fairview, with 190, then Robinsons Galleria, with 133, Robinsons Place Manila, with 118, and SM Mall of Asia, in Pasay City, with 75. All of these locations are in Quezon City.
SM Southmall in Las Pinas had 27, Robinsons Place Naga had 38, SM City Legazpi had 20, Robinsons Place Tacloban had 10, and other locations had fewer registrations.
Between December 17, 2022, and January 22, 2023, the pilot test will be conducted every Saturday and Sunday with the exception of December 24, 25, and 31, 2022, and January 1.
Qualified applicants may register for the project at the RAP booths by bringing the necessary documentation, completing the application form, and having their biometrics taken there.
The receiving RAP teams must then endorse and send the provided documents and biometric data to the office of the election officer in the district, city, or municipality that has jurisdiction over the applicant’s home.
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