10/09/2012: PHILIPPINE CONSULATE GENERAL IN AGANA CONDUCTS 11TH OAV MOBILE REGISTRATION
(Left photo) OAV registration team members Allan Tangayan and Leilani Revilla processing the OAV registration forms of Modern International Inc.'s workers. (Right photo) VRM Operator Francisco Magno captures the electronic signature of one of the workers.
The Philippine Consulate General in Agana, Guam conducted its 11th Overseas Absentee Voting (OAV) Mobile Registration yesterday, 06 September 2012, at the workers' barracks of Modern International Incorporated located in Harmon, Guam.
The Consulate General's OAV registration team, composed of Vice Consul Maria Paz Cortes, Ms. Thelma Sta. Ana, Mr. Francisco Magno, Ms. Leilani Revilla and Mr. Allan Tangayan, was able to register a total of 29 new overseas absentee voters, mostly comprised of H2B workers employed by the said company. The lone female registrant, Mrs. Josephine Ayson, is an employee of Hotel Nikko Guam and is married to one of Modern International's regular employees.
(Left photo) VRM Operator Francisco Magno captures the biometrics (fingerprints) of Mrs. Ayson, an employee of Hotel Nikko Guam. (Right photo) OAV Registration team member/alternate VRM Operator Allan Tangayan captures the photo of one of the OAV registrants.
(Left photo) The Consulate General's OAV registration team poses with the workers of Modern International, Inc. (Right photo) Alternate VRM Operator Allan Tangayan captures the biometrics of one of the OAV registrants.
In coordination with the management of Modern International, which together with their workers also donated US$1,000.00 last month to the Philippine Red Cross for the victims of recent flooding in the Philippines, the Consulate General was able to send its OAV mobile registration team yesterday after office hours (5PM onwards) and upon the return of the workers to their barracks from their respective job sites.
This OAV mobile registration brings the Consulate General's total number of OAV registrants to 1,055, surpassing by more than 32% its 2009 OAV registration total of 795.END