Credible tech in 2010 elections
Inquirer Video: Gordon wants credible tech in 2010 elections
MAKATI CITY, Philippines--Senator Richard J. Gordon inspected the offerings of election technology vendors at the third day of Election Technology Conference. As part of the joint Congressional Oversight Committee on poll automation, he says the technology should be feasible and cost-effective to ease its implementation for the upcoming elections. In addition, he says early voting in areas such as ARMM in Mindanao could help decrease costs and cheating. Ambassador Henrietta de Villa, chairperson of Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) says the conference helps inform poll experts to ensure security in the 2010 elections. Video report conducted by INQUIRER.net multimedia reporter Anna Valmero.