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Ambassador Henrietta T.

de Villa
Chairperson
A National
Parish – based
Political but
Non – Partisan
Citizen’s Ambassador Henrietta T. de Villa
Chairperson
Movement for:

a renewed and
transformed society
uniquely Filipino
a political order
deeply rooted in moral values
a government
fully responsive to the people’s needs &
aspirations
a Church
actively concerned for fullness of life of
PPCRV thrusts

Voters education
PPCRV seeks voters'
education in college  Formation
Formation of
of the
the Filipino
Filipino voter
voter as
as
curriculum… the
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subject and
and agent
agent ofof electoral
electoral
reforms
reforms

 Formation
Formation of
of the
the Filipino
Filipino voter
voter as
as a
a
responsible
responsible voter
voter
Voter's
Education
Forum and
Satellite
 Formation
Formation of
of the
the Filipino
Filipino voter
voter as
as a
a
Registration at responsible
responsible citizen
citizen
PPCRV thrusts

Mobilize community
participation

 Engage the people to


participate in the elections
 Engage the people to volunteer
for CHAMP elections
 Engage the people to be
responsible citizens involved in
good governance
PPCRV thrusts

3 Advocate
The end
voting
responsible
goal is
beyond a
transformed
 Promote CHAMP elections as a
& knockout win for democracy
transformin  Promote the use of a provocative
g society
but also a
conscience, sense of justice tied to
society that sense of nation in choosing
manifests candidates
CHRIST as
the Lord of  Promote love of God and love of
our neighbor as indivisible, expressed
elections, concretely through love that serves
our politics,
Nationwide 2010 Election
Coverage Seamless Care of the
Election Process
Cultural Environment
3 Gs – Gold Guns Goons
rampant vote buying & vote selling
political dynasties
loose firearms & private armies
3 Ps – Patronage Personality
Popularity
corrupted concept of power
media-envelopmental (transformational)
hang-up on celebrities
Distrust & its 3 mindsets
crab mentality
divisive mentality
grab mentality
Moral/Spiritual Environment
Decline of conscience
politics/elections – elitist
politics/elections – exclusive democratization
politics/elections – expensive of Violence
Decline of Church influence
why listen to the Church
why go to Church
why follow the Church democratization
of
Decline of God as absolute Confusion
priority
loss of authentic identity
loss of moral values
loss of sense of sin
democratization
of
Corruption
The AES
Bases for Implementation HURDLES to be overcome
Republic Act 9369 passed by
FEAR factor
Congress on 23 January 2007 granting
COMELEC the authority to use the COMELEC factor
Automated Election System (AES)
Republic Act 9525 passed by
LOGISTICS factor
Congress on 23 March2009 appropriating - Provinces – 80
Pesos 11,301,790 Billion as supplemental - Cities/Municipalities –
budget for the AES & other purposes
1,628
GR No. 188456 recorded case in - Barangay – 41,994
the Supreme Court filed by Harry Roque et
al (CCM) against COMELEC and
- Voting Precints – 303,420
Smartmatic-Tim on 12 July 2009, and - Est. clustered precincts –
junked by the SC in its decision on 10 Sept 80,136
2009 with 11 in favor of AES, 3 dissenting
and 1 abstention
- Registered Voters –
44,279,037
- Voters turnout –
32,389,932
The New Creature
The New Filipino Voter
Formation of the mind

Formation of the heart

Formation of the Filipino


Voter
EXTRAVAGANT HOPE:
CREATING NEW REALITIES
Transformation in our ability to talk,
think,
and act together
Voters Education
The well being of future generations is tied not only to a just
constitution but also to the moral quality of each individual.
Volunteers Mobilization
The gathering of people responsible for one another, conscious
that when we give we receive, that what we have been given
never belongs to us for ourselves alone .

Visionary Coordination
Reform not only structures but, principally, the lives and choices
of people . . . so that the accelerated movement of people and
ideas might be expected to foster cooperation rather than
conflict, mutual understanding rather than mutual suspicion.
VOTERS’ EDUCATION
PROGRAM
2010 National & Local Enlighten the voter on
Elections
the significance of the
electoral system in the
transformation of
society

Inspire the voter to Empower the


commit to PPCRV as voter towards a
a volunteer
Thrust morally sound
decision in

s
choosing leaders
Familiarize the Motivate the voter
voter on the new to actively
election system participate in the
electoral process
Poor
VOTERS’ EDUCATION
PROGRAM
2010 National & Local
Underserved
Elections

People with Target Youth


Disabilities audienc Untappe
d
e
Vulnerable
Sector
VOTERS’ EDUCATION
PROGRAM
2010 National & Local

Outreac
Elections

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Tri-Media Strateg E-media
Campaign Grassroots-Based Campaign
y
Voters’ Education
Caravan at the
Arch/Diocesan Level
Outreach
VOTERS’ EDUCATION
PROGRAM
2010 National & Local Strategy
Elections
Ecclesiastical Territories

The Philippines’ ecclesiastical


territory is composed of 86
Dioceses and Archdioceses,
448 Vicariates and 2,964
Parishes.
Outreach
VOTERS’ EDUCATION
PROGRAM
2010 National & Local Strategy Tri-Media and
Elections eMedia Campaigns Potential Outreach /
Circulation in 6
months
TV Ads showing 5 min. video clip on how to Almost 14 million
household.*
vote preferably during prime time

¼ page add on major daily's Saturdays and 15.12 million choose to


read newspaper
Sundays advertisements

Interactive Radio Program; resource person 12 million household.*


responding to SMS from listeners

Hosted Social Networking applications, hosted 7.14 million (51% of


14M internet users)
Internet by Volunteers social networking
enthusiasts***
Source: * Asia Research Organization, Inc, 2005
** Inquirer.net, July 2009
*** The Manila Times, March 2009
VOTERS’ EDUCATION
PROGRAM
2010 National
Elections
& Local Trainin
g
Conten
Module 1 Bayan Ko, Mahal Ko
Election Overview and History

t Ko, Aalamin Ko
Module 2 Pagboto
Automated Elections Processes and Procedures
Module 3 Pagpili Ko, Iingatan Ko
Electoral Values
Module 4 Boto Ko, Babantayan Ko
Election Monitoring
VOTERS’ EDUCATION
PROGRAM
2010 National
Elections
& Local Training
Resource
s
1Sponsorship of Trainees
Land and Air Transportation, Accommodation and
Meals
2Development of Training Materials
Audio-Video Presentation, CD, Flipcharts, Manuals

3Reproduction of Training Manuals


Bond Papers, Binders, CD
4Collaterals
T-shirts, Ballpens, Pads and other training essentials
Formation of the Volunteer as
total
Poll Monitor and/or Special
Pollwatcher

a.
a. PPW
PPW –– Polling
Polling Precinct
Precinct Watcher
Watcher
b.
b. VAD
VAD –– Voters’
Voters’ Assistance
Assistance Desk
Desk
c.
c. TAG
TAG –– Technical
Technical Assistance
Assistance Group
Group
d.
d. AMVATT
AMVATT –– Accountable
Accountable Materials
Materials
Verifiable
Verifiable Audit
Audit Trail
Trail Team
Team
e.
e. SWOT
SWOT –– Special
Special Witnesses
Witnesses of
of Truth
Truth
Reminders to the Pollwatcher . . .

Call on & entrust self, service, and the elections to


the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, with the help of
Mary our Mother
Report for duty – on time, with proper paraphernalia
and the mindset and attitude of Christ
Materials you must have – PPCRV ID, Pollwatcher’s
Handbook, Appointment Paper, ballpen, cell phone,
small flashlight, rosary
Take note of what you see and hear in your place of
assignment
Secure whatever election document you are
assigned to get & don’t fail to report to your
immediate supervisor
Before the voting, during the voting, after the voting
- call on God, and give Him thanks.
“May the Filipinos be ONE”
As advocates of a Transformed and Transforming
Leadership,
As movers of a New and Different Future,
As witnesses to CHAMP – Clean Honest Accurate
Meaningful Peaceful
CHRIST – Elections

PAGBABAGO AKO MISMO


BOTO KO ANG SAGOT