Day of Reckoning: 763,937
voters to polls tomorrow!
About half of the 763,937 registered voters in Negros Oriental will cast their vote tomorrow May 11 in what is considered the hottest election contest in the political history of Negros Oriental.
Political kingpins have come and gone, political dynasties have dominated the political scenes , but because of the historic and major hiatus created by the deaths of two governors, Macias and Perdices, in almost rapid succession right after the 2010 elections, the mad rush to the provincial thrones have definitely altered the political playing field in this city and province.
The second district towns and three cities have the most number of voters at 285,123 registered voters followed up north by the first district with 246,673 voters and in the third district with 232,141 voters.
There will be l,076 PCOS automated counting machines distributed in clusters to 557 barangays.