Overseas Voting in Shanghai FAQ
National mid-term elections 2019
Senators : 12 votes
Party List: 1 vote (House of Representatives)
STUDY THE LIST OF CANDIDATES PRIOR!
This is our children's future at stake. Research each candidate like you would research on those who want to marry your child.
For party list, you are voting for the party, NOT the representative. Their representative can be replaced at any time. Thus, it is important to check who or which party is really the power behind the party list. Check their platforms too, and how they can realistically make those promises happen.
Make a list, check it twice, find out who's naughty or nice
Start: April 13, 2019 8am to 4pm
End: May 13, 2019 8am-6pm
From April 13 to May 12. voting is from 8am to 4pm daily, Mondays to Sundays, No lunchbreak.
You can vote even on May 1 to 4 holidays, when the rest of the PH Consulate in Shanghai is closed.
NO VOTING on April 18-19, as advised by COMELEC in observance of Holy Thursday and Good Friday
WHAT TO PREPARE?
One of the following IDs
a. Voter's ID
b. Philippine passport
c. Any valid ID with photograph and signature
And... STUDY THE LIST OF CANDIDATES! Check their platform, how they plan to realistically execute these, and their track record in executing their campaign promises.
WHERE TO VOTE?
Philippine Consulate General
Suite 301 Metrobank Plaza, 1160 Yan An Road, Shanghai
Metro Line 10 Jiaotong University is the nearest (+ walk)
Metro Line 3-4 Shanghai Library (+ farther walk)
WHO CAN VOTE?
Registered overseas voters under the jurisdiction of the Philippine Consulate in Shanghai; namely Shanghai, Anhui, Hubei, JIangsu, Zhejiang. These are people in Shanghai who:
a. Have voted at the SH Consulate in the last elections, or 2 elections ago (no need to register)
b. Those who have registered for absentee voting at the SH Consulate
http://www.shanghaipcg.dfa.gov.ph/ or call 0086 21 62818391
Philcham SH does not endorse any candidates nor websites. Do your own due diligence, and vote with your conscience.