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Do's and Dont's of the Automated Election

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    Do's and Dont's of the Automated Election Do's and Dont's of the Automated Election Presentation Transcript

    • Elections 101 nutshelling the automated elections of 2010 bagong botante voter education
    • The automation of the 2010 elections is a massive transformational exercise that will usher in a new era of credible elections .
      • Verification of voter identity
      • Voting
      • Counting and Canvassing
      • Transmission of Results
      • Verification of voter identity
      • Voting
      • Counting and Canvassing
      • Transmission of Results
    • The MODERN List of Voters
      • Verification of voter identity
      • Voting
      • Counting and Canvassing
      • Transmission of Results
    • The MODERN Ballot
    • M A L I
    •  
    • VOTING HOURS: 7AM-6PM At least 10 people can vote at the same time 2. GO TO VOTING AREA 3. VOTE. GO TO PCOS 1. GET BALLOT 4. GET INKED 1 2 3 4
    • PCOS P recinct C ount O ptical S can Unit PCOS ballot box
    • SECURITY KEY PORT FEEDER PRINTER MEMORY CARD SLOTS MENU SCREEN
      • Testing and Sealing
      • 3 days before election day
    • ZERO REPORT The zero – or initialization report – demonstrates that there are no pre-loaded results in the PCOS at the start of voting.
    • ZERO REPORT The zero – or initialization report – demonstrates that there are no pre-loaded results in the PCOS at the start of voting.
      • Verification of voter identity
      • Voting
      • Counting and Canvassing
      • Transmission of Results
    • BALLOT REJECTED !!! BALLOT SCANNED !!! FAKE? NO! YES!
    •  
    • ELECTION RETURNS The ERs will be printed in EIGHT copies initially. After electronic transmission, an additional 22 copies will be printed
    • AUDIT LOG The primary means of determining all the activities of the PCOS during election day.
      • Verification of voter identity
      • Voting
      • Counting and Canvassing
      • Transmission of Results
    • Municipal/City Board of Canvassers Provincial Board of Canvassers National Board of Canvassers Congress COMELEC Precinct Election Returns Mun./City COC and SOVP Prov. COC and SOVP Physical transport Physical transport Physical transport MANUAL CANVASSING Note how critical PHYSICAL TRANSPORT is. If physical transport fails, the reports cannot flow upward to the NBOC
    • Municipal/City Board of Canvassers Provincial Board of Canvassers National Board of Canvassers Congress COMELEC Precinct Election Returns Mun./City COC and SOVP Prov. COC and SOVP Physical transport Physical transport Physical transport COMELEC CENTRAL SERVER
      • Verification of voter identity
      • Voting
      • Counting and Canvassing
      • Transmission of Results
    • THINGS TO REMEMBER BEFORE GOING TO THE POLLING CENTER
      • KNOW YOUR PRECINCT NUMBER AND POLLING CENTER
      • BRING AN IDENTIFICATION CARD (I.D.)
      • BRING YOUR LIST OF CHOSEN CANDIDATES
    • THINGS TO DO INSIDE THE POLLING CENTER (school)
      • PROCEED TO YOUR POLLING PLACE (classroom)
      • LOOK FOR YOUR NAME FROM THE POSTED COMPUTERIZED VOTERS LIST (PCVL) OUTSIDE THE POLLING PLACE
      • TAKE NOTE OF YOUR NUMBER ON THE PCVL
      • IDENTIFY YOURSELF TO THE BEIs AND TELL THEM YOUR NUMBER ON THE PCVL
      • AFTER THE BEI HAS LOCATED YOUR NAME FROM THE VOTERS LIST, GET YOUR BALLOT AND VOTE (you vote by shading fully the ovals opposite the name of your chosen candidate/s)
      • FEED YOUR BALLOT TO THE PCOS MACHINE
      • RETURN TO THE BEI FOR THE INDELIBLE INK
    • THINGS TO REMEMBER IN SHADING YOUR BALLOT
      • SHADE FULLY THE OVAL OPPOSITE THE NAME OF YOUR CHOSEN CANDIDATE
      • YOU MAY UNDERVOTE BUT DO NOT OVERVOTE
      • DO NOT FOLD YOUR BALLOT OR ALLOW IT TO GET CRUMPLED.
      • KEEP THE BALLOT FREE FROM STAINS, SMUDGES OR ANY MARKS OTHER THAN YOUR VOTES
      • HANDLE YOUR BALLOT WITH CARE
      • YOU WILL ONLY BE GIVEN ONE BALLOT
    • Thank you very much! 
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