Stop dead men voting in The Philippines

Zombie.jpgMore often than not, the dead are more enthusiastic in voting than the living. In the Philippines, one form of electoral cheating is using a dead person's name to vote, thus the "living dead" votes sometimes outnumber the votes cast by the actual living voters.

The campaign from Campaigns & Grey/CSR Philippines is rolled out to remind Filipinos not to miss the deadline for registering to vote, and be vigilant about electoral cheating, as illustrated by zombie voters (dead people whose names are used by unscrupulous people to vote).

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