The Ghosts of Rizal, Bonifacio Want You to Register to Vote in 2022

A step-by-step process courtesy of our heroes.
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Jose Rizal, Andres Bonifacio, and Apolinario Mabini come back from the dead imploring Filipinos to register for the 2022 elections via an interactive website recently launched by the Comelec. features Rizal, Bonifacio, Mabini, Aurora Quezon, and Tandang Sora as they walk people through the registration proces, step-by-step.

"Magparehistro ka na, kasi kung hindi, mumultuhin ka talaga namin," warned the animated heroes, telling users that they didn't die just for Filipinos not to exercise their right to vote.

The ghosts show users how to locate the nearest Office of the Election Officer in their area. They also enumerate the requirements, such as the printed accomplished registration form, a health declaration form, and a valid ID.

They also reminded applicants to bring alcohol and wear a face mask and face shield when going to their local Comelec office for protection against COVID-19.

At the end of the interactive website, a link to the iRehistro page is found to direct users to the Comelec's online voter registration portal.


You can visit the interactive website here.

Comelec aims to register seven million new and deactivated voters in time for the 2022 elections. The voter registration period ends on Sept. 30.


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