SM Supermalls, COMELEC, join forces for voter registration

It’s a RAP. Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Chairman George Erwin Garcia and SM Supermalls’ Vice President Junias Eusebio (2nd and 3rd from left), with COMELEC Commissioner Ernesto Ferdinand Macedo,Jr. and SM’s VP for Mall Business Units Queenie Dizon-Rodulfo, (extreme L, extreme R) at the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) for this year’s voter registration and “Register Anywhere Program” held in Intramuros, Manila, recently. The Register Anywhere Program will allow eligible voters to register in any COMELEC office, satellite registration center, or designated registration area, further streamlining the process and expanding access.

SM Supermalls Vice President for Operations’ Junias M. Eusebio and the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Chairman George Erwin Garcia led the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) for this year’s COMELEC voter registration and Register Anywhere Program. The MOA signing was held in Intramuros, Manila on February 8, 2024.

It’s a RAP. Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Chairman George Erwin Garcia and SM Supermalls’ Vice President Junias Eusebio led the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) for this year’s COMELEC voter registration and “Register Anywhere Program” held in Intramuros, Manila on February 8, 2024. The Register Anywhere Program will allow eligible voters to register in any COMELEC office, satellite registration center, or designated registration area, further streamlining the process and expanding access.

“At SM, we believe in the power of participation and the importance of every voice in shaping our nation’s future. By providing accessible venues for voter registration and supporting the Register Anywhere Program in our malls, we are not just making the process even more convenient for all but we are also enabling empowerment within our communities,” said SM’s Junias Eusebio.

Under this partnership, select SM malls will serve as key venues for voter registration, providing convenient locations across the country for citizens to register and update their voter information.

Additionally, the Register Anywhere Program will allow eligible voters to register in any COMELEC office, satellite registration center, or designated registration area, further streamlining the process and expanding access.

The MOA signing represents a significant step forward in promoting voter engagement in the country ahead of the midterm polls in 2025. Through this collaboration, SM Supermalls and COMELEC aim to facilitate a more inclusive and accessible voter registration process, ultimately empowering citizens to make their voices heard in shaping the nation’s future.

To know more about SM Supermalls’ government-related activities, visit www.smsupermalls.com or visit @SMSupermalls on social media.

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