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How to Find your Voting Precinct Online for 2013 Elections

The Commissions on Elections (COMELEC) announced earlier that their website has a form to help you find your precinct for the May 13, 2013 elections. The form was dubbed by COMELEC as Precinct Finder but some people referred to it as “Voter Registration Status Verification Page.”

Related Article: Barangay Elections 2013 Online Precinct Finder

According to the poll boy the page intends to provide an additional way of verifying the status of a person’s voter registration record (VRR).

All the voter needs is to go to the official website of the COMELEC and head on to the Precinct Finder page. Just provide your full name and date of birth and you can confirmed your registration.

COMELEC said the page intends to provide an additional way of verifying the status of a person’s voter registration record (VRR), without going to the local COMELEC office.

All you have to do is to proceed to the RECINCT FINDER page, fill up your name and date of birth and the database will give you your voter’s details.

Here’s how to Use the Precinct Finder:

Step 1: Go to the official Precinct Finder.

Step 2. Provide the form with your Full Name (First Name, Middle Name, and Last Name); Provide also your Date of Birth.

Step 3: Click the “Search” button to get results.

NOTE: The Precinct Finder is just a guide and not the final word with your registration status. You can contact the COMELEC through an e-mail at webdev@comelec.gov.ph for further verification. You can also visit the nearest COMELEC Office in your vicinity.

For our beloved OFW, just use the search queries at this site: OAV Official Registered Voters

COMELEC Precinct Finder Online

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About the author: Ed Umbao is a former tuba-gatherer from the Visayas Region. Previously worked as an OFW in Saudi Arabia from 2005-2010. He wanted to prove that Blogging is not only for computer geeks but also for ordinary individual without formal education in journalism and any computer-related course.

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