Voters who did not vote in 2 successive elections must re-register

Commonwealth Election Commission executive director Julita A. Villagomez said yesterday that registered voters who failed to cast their votes both in the 2014 and 2016 elections should register again.

If voters failed to vote in two consecutive elections, they need to come in at CEC in Susupe to re-register again, Villagomez said. Otherwise, they won’t be able to vote in the upcoming Nov. 6 general election.

Villagomez said those from Tinian and Rota with the same situation can contact their CEC commissioners, who can assist them in the re-registration.

Those voters need to just bring their identification card. Villagomez said re-registration will just take a few minutes.

CEC administrative officer Kayla S. Igitol also reminded yesterday those registered voters who changed their names or those who moved to other precincts that they should go to CEC and update their information.

Ferdie De La Torre | Reporter
Ferdie Ponce de la Torre is a veteran journalist who has covered all news beats in the CNMI. Born in Lilo-an, Cebu City in the Philippines, De la Torre graduated from the University of Santo Tomas with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. He is a recipient of many commendations and awards, including the CNMI Judiciary’s prestigious Justice Award for his over 10 years of reporting on the judiciary’s proceedings and decisions. Contact him at ferdie_delatorre@saipantribune.com

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