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Know hows in the 2010 Automated Election in the Philippines. …

Know hows in the 2010 Automated Election in the Philippines.
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  • 1. Automated Election 2010
    • Step by Step Guide
    • 2. Ballot
    • 3. PCOS Machine
    2/8/2010
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    Presentation prepared by MSC Institute of Technology
  • 4. Days to go
    2/8/2010
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  • 5. Step by Step Guide
    Go to your precinct on May 10, 2010 and check your name. Bring your voter’s ID or any valid ID with your registration stub.
    Present yourself to the Board of Election Inspectors (BEI) to get a ballot.
    Listen to the BEI’s instructions on how to properly fill up the ballot.
    Receive the ballot. Make sure it’s empty and unmarked on both sides.
    Proceed to the voting area and fill up the ballot.
    Take your ballot to the PCOS machine and feed it into the machine. Wait for the confirmation message on the screen.
    Return to the BEI for indelible inking.
    2/8/2010
    3
    Presentation prepared by MSC Institute of Technology
  • 6. May 10, 2010
    Casting of votes will be from 7am to 6pm.
    Valid IDs
    Employee’s identification card (ID) with the signature of the employer or authorized representative;
    Postal ID;
    Student’s ID or library card, signed by the school authority;
    Senior Citizen’s ID;
    Driver’s license;
    NBI/PNP clearance;
    Passport;
    SSS/GSIS ID;
    Integrated Bar of the Philippine (IBP) ID;
    License issued by the Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC); and
    Any other valid ID.
    In the absence of any of the abovementioned identification documents, the applicant may be identified under oath by any registered voter of the precinct, or by any of his relatives within the fourth civil degree of consanguinity or affinity who are registered voters of the same city/municipality.
    2/8/2010
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    Presentation prepared by MSC Institute of Technology
  • 7. Step by Step Guide
    Go to your precinct on May 10, 2010 and check your name. Bring your voter’s ID or any valid ID with your registration stub.
    Present yourself to the Board of Election Inspectors (BEI) to get a ballot.
    Listen to the BEI’s instructions on how to properly fill up the ballot.
    Receive the ballot. Make sure it’s empty and unmarked on both sides.
    Proceed to the voting area and fill up the ballot.
    Take your ballot to the PCOS machine and feed it into the machine. Wait for the confirmation message on the screen.
    Return to the BEI for indelible inking.
    2/8/2010
    5
    Presentation prepared by MSC Institute of Technology
  • 8. Establishing Identity of Voter:
    List of Voters with voting records
    Photograph
    If identity cannot be established through photograph
    Compare signatures
    Use Book of Voters
    Contains applications for registration
    Includes specimen signature of voter
    After his or her identity is verified, the name of the voter will be read out loud to give chance for any contention.
    2/8/2010
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    Presentation prepared by MSC Institute of Technology
  • 9. Step by Step Guide
    Go to your precinct on May 10, 2010 and check your name. Bring your voter’s ID or any valid ID with your registration stub.
    Present yourself to the Board of Election Inspectors (BEI) to get a ballot.
    Listen to the BEI’s instructions on how to properly fill up the ballot.
    Receive the ballot. Make sure it’s empty and unmarked on both sides.
    Proceed to the voting area and fill up the ballot.
    Take your ballot to the PCOS machine and feed it into the machine. Wait for the confirmation message on the screen.
    Return to the BEI for indelible inking.
    2/8/2010
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    Presentation prepared by MSC Institute of Technology
  • 10. Every voter gets only ONE ballot. No replacement ballots will be given to voters who make a mistake.
    2/8/2010
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    Presentation prepared by MSC Institute of Technology
  • 11. Step by Step Guide
    Go to your precinct on May 10, 2010 and check your name. Bring your voter’s ID or any valid ID with your registration stub.
    Present yourself to the Board of Election Inspectors (BEI) to get a ballot.
    Listen to the BEI’s instructions on how to properly fill up the ballot.
    Receive the ballot. Make sure it’s empty and unmarked on both sides.
    Proceed to the voting area and fill up the ballot.
    Take your ballot to the PCOS machine and feed it into the machine. Wait for the confirmation message on the screen.
    Return to the BEI for indelible inking.
    2/8/2010
    9
    Presentation prepared by MSC Institute of Technology
  • 12. Checklist:
    Permanent Marker
    Secrecy Folder
    Ballot
    Make sure the ballot is unmarked on both sides.
    2/8/2010
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  • 13. 2/8/2010
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  • 14. Ballot - Features
    Ballot is around 8” wide and 24” wide.
    Ballot has pre-printed names of candidates:
    Last Name, First Name, Middle Initial, Alias and Party
    Ovals opposite names of candidate
    2/8/2010
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  • 15. Step by Step Guide
    Go to your precinct on May 10, 2010 and check your name. Bring your voter’s ID or any valid ID with your registration stub.
    Present yourself to the Board of Election Inspectors (BEI) to get a ballot.
    Listen to the BEI’s instructions on how to properly fill up the ballot.
    Receive the ballot. Make sure it’s empty and unmarked on both sides.
    Proceed to the voting area and fill up the ballot.
    Take your ballot to the PCOS machine and feed it into the machine. Wait for the confirmation message on the screen.
    Return to the BEI for indelible inking.
    2/8/2010
    13
    Presentation prepared by MSC Institute of Technology
  • 16. Important Dos and Don’ts:
    Shade the oval completely
    Do not OVERVOTE!
    Note: only the section with overvoting is invalidated. The other parts of your ballot remain valid as long as you shaded the right number of candidate names for the position.
    You can UNDERVOTE
    It is better to go to the precinct with your list of chosen candidates already (codigo).
    Do not put any markings on the position identifiers and bar code.
    2/8/2010
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    Presentation prepared by MSC Institute of Technology
  • 17. Step by Step Guide
    Go to your precinct on May 10, 2010 and check your name. Bring your voter’s ID or any valid ID with your registration stub.
    Present yourself to the Board of Election Inspectors (BEI) to get a ballot.
    Listen to the BEI’s instructions on how to properly fill up the ballot.
    Receive the ballot. Make sure it’s empty and unmarked on both sides.
    Proceed to the voting area and fill up the ballot.
    Take your ballot to the PCOS machine and feed it into the machine. Wait for the confirmation message on the screen.
    Return to the BEI for indelible inking.
    2/8/2010
    15
    Presentation prepared by MSC Institute of Technology
  • 18. You will cast your own vote
    Just imagine that it’s just like inserting an ATM card into the machine or feeding paper into a fax machine.
    It does not matter whether you feed it in top first or bottom first. Or back on top, or front on top.
    Wait until the ballot is dropped into the semi-transparent ballot box. If the ballot is rejected, the BEI will allow for another re-entry, but if rejected again, the voter will not be issued a replacement ballot.
    2/8/2010
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    Presentation prepared by MSC Institute of Technology
  • 19. PCOS Machine
    Precinct Count Optical Scan
    2/8/2010
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    Presentation prepared by MSC Institute of Technology
  • 20. Step by Step Guide
    Go to your precinct on May 10, 2010 and check your name. Bring your voter’s ID or any valid ID with your registration stub.
    Present yourself to the Board of Election Inspectors (BEI) to get a ballot.
    Listen to the BEI’s instructions on how to properly fill up the ballot.
    Receive the ballot. Make sure it’s empty and unmarked on both sides.
    Proceed to the voting area and fill up the ballot.
    Take your ballot to the PCOS machine and feed it into the machine. Wait for the confirmation message on the screen.
    Return to the BEI for indelible inking.
    2/8/2010
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    Presentation prepared by MSC Institute of Technology
  • 21. The BEI chairman will in turn apply indelible ink at the base and extend it to the cuticle of the right forefinger nail of the voter, who will then be instructed to affix his or her thumbmark in the space in the Election Day Computerized Voters List (EDCVL).
    2/8/2010
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    Presentation prepared by MSC Institute of Technology
  • 22. PCOS Procedures – Testing and Sealing
    At least three (3) days before election day.
    Public shall accomplish test ballots
    Ballots shall be manually counted and election returns accomplished
    Same set of ballots that was manually counted shall be fed into the counting machine
    Manual count shall be compared with the print-out of the election returns
    If public is satisfied that the manual count is the same as the automated count, the print-out and manually prepared election returns shall be signed-off by the witnesses
    Machines shall be sealed without any connection to transmission links
    Public shall be allowed to secure the polling places where the counting machines are installed
    The only time that the counting machines shall be opened is on election day in the presence of watchers
    2/8/2010
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    Presentation prepared by MSC Institute of Technology
  • 23. PCOS Procedures – Start voting
    Before voting starts
    Show that ballot box is empty
    Transparent plastic
    Turn on and initialize PCOS
    Print “Zero Report”
    To show that there is no entry/vote in machine’s memory
    2/8/2010
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  • 24. PCOS Procedures – Counting
    • At close of polls
    • 25. Perform close function
    • 26. To prevent additional ballots from being inserted
    • 27. After close function, PCOS automatically
    • 28. Starts counting process
    • 29. Prints election returns after completion of automated count
    • 30. Eight (8) copies
    2/8/2010
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  • 31. PCOS Procedures – Counting
    Insert transmission cable
    After printing first eight (8) copies of ER
    Posted on a wall within the polling place for 48 hrs.
    To eliminate doubts that the PCOS can be manipulated remotely
    Perform electronic transmission function
    City/Municipality Board of Canvassers
    Dominant majority party, dominant minority party, accredited citizens’ arm and KBP
    Central server
    Print additional twenty-two (22) copies of ER
    Automatically performed by PCOS after completion of transmission
    2/8/2010
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  • 32. 2/8/2010
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  • 33. 2/8/2010
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  • 34. Q & A
    2/8/2010
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