Slow voter turnout so far in Pasig City
MANILA, Philippines — Only a few individuals have cast their votes two hours after polling precincts in Pasig City opened.
In Rosario Elementary School and Ugong Pasig National Highschool, Pasig residents have started voting but queuing lines are minimal.
Situation outside the Rosario Elementary School in Pasig, 30 minutes after polling precincts opened. Traffic along the Dr. Sixto Antonio Avenue remains light to moderate. @inquirerdotnet pic.twitter.com/HArIrThj9j
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Meanwhile, precincts inside the Valle Verde Country Club villages are seeing low turnouts as of now, primarily because of occasional rain showers.
WATCH: People inside Valle Verde 5 village in Pasig City have started casting their votes as of 7:30 a.m. Pasig mayoralty candidate and Councilor Vico Sotto is expected to vote here in this precinct. @inquirerdotnet pic.twitter.com/DkMB2Piss7
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Incumbent Pasig Mayor Robert “Bobby” Eusebio will vote inside the Rosario Elementary School while his opponent Councilor Vico Sotto will make his choices at the Valle Verde 5.
According to data from the Commission on Elections (Comelec), there are 440,856 registered voters in Pasig City, 197,999 of which are male while 242,857 are female.
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