Marikina City was in a fiesta mood today as voters flock their respective voting precincts.
Our assigned precinct is inside Conception elementary school.
When we got there at around six in the morning, there were already hundreds of people, some looking for their precinct while some were already lined up.
There were several tents set up outside that intends to help provide information to voters in terms of their precinct numbers and cluster rooms.
Although elections now are automated, the use of printed paper reports still come in handy.
We were able to find our cluster precinct easily, thanks to several maps posted in the different parts of the school which shows were each clustered precinct can be found.
The election process was smooth and systematized – in our precinct that is – as what i have posted here in my elections coverage.