Tutorial: How to Find Your Election Precinct Online (2022)

Tutorial: How to Find Your Election Precinct Online (2022)

Registered Filipino voters who don't know where to vote in the 2022 elections can now check their assigned polling precinct online.

Here's the step-by-step tutorial on how to find your election precinct online.

Step 1: Go to Comelec's Voter Precinct Finder website

Open your internet browser (Chrome or Firefox) and go to voterverifier.comelec.gov.ph.

Step 2: Fill out the Voter Information form

Once the page loads, select your location (Philippines or overseas).

Comelec voter precinct finder

Enter your details in the following fields:
  • First Name
  • Middle Name
  • Last Name
  • Place of Registration – the place (province, city/municipality) where you are registered as a voter

The website also noted specific rules on how to enter some names, like abbreviating or spelling out in full. For those who have name suffixes, you can add your name suffix after the First Name (e.g. JUAN JR, JUAN SR, JUAN III). For those with MARIA, you may try different variations (e.g. MARIA, MA., MA).

Step 3: Captcha Verification and Search Result

After accomplishing the form, click the box beside the Captcha and have it verified. After that, click the Search button. A 'Confirmation' window will appear, then click the Proceed button.

If the database recognizes your information, the page will display your complete name, place of registration, and information about your precinct, including the location (polling place) and precinct number.

Comelec voter precinct finder - Search Result

In addition, the status of your voter registration is displayed. You will know if your status is still active or not. Keep a record of the data or create a screenshot for future reference.

Comelec notes that when you access this platform, no personal information is stored. Additionally, the website may take some time to load due to the high number of visits. Patiently wait for the page to load.

The Comelec online precinct finder was launched on April 22, 2022, in coordination with the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT), which hosts cloud services for the poll body for this year's elections.

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