A jeepney with a “COMELEC SV 239 — Bagombong ES” sign was apprehended by members of the Inter-Agency Council on Traffic (I-ACT) and found to have no permit from the Commission on Elections to serve as a special vehicle. I-ACT conducted on May 14 Project HOPE (Honest, Orderly, Peaceful Elections), which was aimed at monitoring and arresting operators and drivers who would be using public utility vehicles to ferry voters, especially “flying voters,” outside their franchise line.
Speedcop Joji S. Amoroto checks his notes as he serves as lead security during the delivery of election paraphernalia from the City Treasurer’s Office to polling centers in parts of Tacloban City on May 14.
Voters line up inside the polling stations in Barangay 23-C Mini forest, Davao City during yesterday’s Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections. Commission on Elections data show the Davao Region has more than 2.8 million registered voters. — Carmencita A. Carillo
Voters wait for their ballots at Barangay Poona in Marantao, Lanao del Sur during Monday’s Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections.