How do you verify if you are indeed qualified to vote in the upcoming elections?  Is there a way to check your designated precinct number and voting center?

To help Pinoys prepare for the big day on May 9, COMELEC deployed an online facility where one can check if he is qualified to vote, the address of his voting center, and information about the availability of his Voter’s ID.  This can be accessed through the COMELEC website under the tab “Voter Registration”.

Here is how you can get your voter’s registration information from this page:

  1. Access the page through the following link:

  1. Type your first, middle, and last names and choose your birth information from the drop down menu.
  2. Type the Captcha code that will be shown at the bottom of the page and then click on Search.  Wait for the system to load your information.

You will be provided with a view of your complete voting details, including the address of your voting center and precinct number.  The system will also advise you if your Voter’s ID is already available for claiming.

If you are not a registered voter, you will also be provided with the reason for disqualification and where you may proceed to inquire or register.  A clear reminder that you are not qualified to vote on May 9, 2016 will also be shown on your screen.

Check your status now!