Overseas Voting has started and the Philippine Consulate General in New York serves as the polling precinct to almost 26,000 registered voters under its consular jurisdiction of Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont. (Photos taken on April 14, 2016)
Photos by Lambert Parong for Kababayan Media/ CC BY
|Postal Voting. Consul Kerwin Tate of the Special Board of Election Inspectors in NY feeds a ballot into a voting counting machine with attentive poll watchers and gov't representatives.|
|Deputy Consul General Kira Danganan-Azucena (left) at the precinct as Consul Kerwin Tate verify a ballot with observers present.|
|Poll watchers sign-in for the day.|
|Personal Voting. Registered voters check their names and status of their voting ballot with the staff at the precinct.|
Polling precinct. The Philippine Consulate General in New York transformed into a polling precinct for the almost 26,000 registered voters under its consular jurisdiction.