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13/05/2019: PHILIPPINE CONSULATE GENERAL IN HONOLULU CONDUCTS THE 2019 MIDTERM ELECTIONS FOR OVERSEAS ABSENTEE VOTERS IN HAWAII AND AMERICAN SAMOA

PRESS RELEASE No. 33 - 2019

13 May 2019, Honolulu, Hawaii -  The Philippine Consulate General in Honolulu conducted the midterm election of senators and party list for 2019, for overseas absentee voters for Hawaii and American Samoa. The counting started at 12 midnight of 12 May 2019, which is synchronized with the elections in Manila at 6:00 p.m. of 13 May 2019.  A total of 2,193 votes were cast or 17.1 percent of the 12,828 total registered voters in Hawaii and American Samoa. The counting finished at 10:10 a.m. of 13 May 2019. END

Team PCG Honolulu pose with Consul General Joselito A. Jimeno in front of the election returns printouts, 13 May 2019

 

Consul General Joselito A. Jimeno confers with the SBEI members led by DCG Angelica C. Escalona during the counting of ballots

 

SBRCG Chairperson Maria Gina Magsumbol turns over the ballots and election paraphernalia to SBEI Chairperson DCG Angelica C. Escalona, at the start of ballot counting, 12 May 2019

 

Ballots are counted via the Vote Counting Machine. L-R: Joel Bulos, DCG Angelica C. Escalona and Ma. Romina R. Bautista, SBEI