Chonburi giving seniors election refresher

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With voting in Thailand’s general election set for the next two Sundays, Chonburi’s Election Commission gave senior citizens a refresher lesson in casting their first ballots in five years.
With voting in Thailand’s general election set for the next two Sundays, Chonburi’s Election Commission gave senior citizens a refresher lesson in casting their first ballots in five years.

With voting in Thailand’s general election set for the next two Sundays, Chonburi’s Election Commission gave senior citizens a refresher lesson in casting their first ballots in five years.

Commission staffers informed the seniors who was on the ballot for parliament March 6 at the Banglamung Social Welfare Development Center, taking no sides, but offering factual information on where to vote March 17 and the steps to properly mark ballots.

Polling booths at the senior centers are equipped for the elderly, with magnifying glasses and additional lighting.

The numbers of seniors eligible for voting in the pre-election totaled 31 people inside the constituency and 91 people for vote-casting outside the constituency.