Overseas Absentee Voting
Returned Voters’ IDs for the 2013 National Elections
Attached is a list of voters whose Voters’ IDs were returned to COMELEC and/or whose ballots for the 2013 National Elections were returned by mail as they have changed residential addresses. These voters may claim their IDs by:
- Personally appearing at the Office for Overseas Voting (OFOV),
7th Floor, Palacio del Gobernador Building, Intramuros, Manila;
- Issuing a written authorization to their representatives who may personally claim their voters’ IDs; and
These overseas voters are further advised to accomplish the “Change of Entries” form at the Consulate, so that their residential addresses could be updated accordingly.
Philippine Consulate General, Sydney
16 July 2014
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION AND ELECTION
All citizens of the Philippines abroad, who are not otherwise disqualified by law, at least eighteen (18) years of age on the day of the elections, and who are registered overseas voters, may vote for President, Vice-President, Senators and Party-List Representatives.
Philippine Consulate General2 April 2014