After election notes
E xactly after 90 days of campaigning and electioneering, the 2019 midterm elections are finally over. While official results for the national electoral posts are yet to be announced, various local candidates who snatched the most number of votes have already been declared by their respective local electoral boards of canvassers. A number of candidates both local and national have also conceded and even offered their congratulatory messages to the winners.
As the voting fever subsides, here are some of thoughts that deserve the so-called post-election attention:
Thank you, teachers!
First and foremost, I want to commend all the Deped employees, both teaching and non-teaching for the invaluable services they rendered during the elections. Our teachers, together with the peacekeeping forces that include policemen and local authorities, have made the voting process orderly and peaceful. Our teachers are the most credible and most trusted people that our government always rely on to perform the crucial roles of being members of the electoral boards in their respective localities.