Af­ter elec­tion notes

Sun Star Bacolod - - Opinion -

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.

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