More and more people are stepping up to make sure that their voices are heard when the 2022 elections rolls around by registering to vote—and if you haven't yet, it's not too late to do so! The voter's registration has been extended until October 30, 2021, so you can still line up and make sure that you're ready to exercise your right to vote next year. To help encourage the public to register as a voter, many celebrities did their parts and led by example.
Here are 10 celebrities who registered as a voter for the upcoming 2022 elections:
Maris Racal is one of the stars who registered to vote this year and even chronicled her experience on TikTok! She even had to line up at 2:30 in the morning ~twice~ before she was able to successfully register as a voter. Yup, she's dedicated like that!
Kapamilya actress Barbie Imperial vowed that she will be exercising her right to vote in the next elections after sharing a selfie of her post-registration. She also reminded her followers to do the same while there's still time!
Another actress dedicated to becoming a registered voter is GMA actress Barbie Forteza, who had to line up at 4 a.m. just to make the cut.
Maymay Entrata, Edward Barber, and Robi Domingo
PBB stars Maymay, Edward, and Robi decided to endure the voter's registration process together to make sure they're ready for the 2022 elections.
The Voice Kids alum Darren Espanto also made sure to register as a voter, and even reminded the youth to utilize their voice in the upcoming elections. "Ang BOTO mo ay ang BOSES mo. Kaya sa mga kabataang katulad ko, magpa-register na tayo," he shared on Instagram.
Miles Ocampo is now also a registered voter! The actress shared a short snippet of her experience on Instagram and also urged everyone to recognize the importance of their vote. "It may be just a vote but YOUR VOTE is YOUR VOICE, and it matters," she said in her caption.
Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach is responsible with a heart! The beauty queen shared that because there's a possibility that she will be in Abu Dhabi during the election period, she made it a point to drop by the Philippine Embassy there to make sure she can still cast her vote despite being out of the country.
Actress, host, and mom Ruffa Gutierrez dropped by a registration site in Quezon City to register as a voter. She shared, "Let’s exercise our right to vote in the coming 2022 presidential elections for a brighter Philippines."