Voters line up early at voting precincts in Camarines Sur
MAGARAO, Camarines Sur — Voters woke up early to line up to village schools turned voting precincts in Naga City and in this town in Camarines Sur province to cast their votes in the national and local elections Monday, May 9.
Residents who were eligible to vote have already formed long lines in front of voting precincts in Naga City as early as 6:30 a.m.
In Carangcang Elementary School in Carangcang village, Magarao, where presidential aspirant Vice President Leni Robredo will cast her vote, voters have already filled most of the seats intended for them and lined up outside classrooms where they are set to vote.
Various media outlets have also set up their equipment facing the school building that Robredo is expected to enter.
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