Ways to look for your precincts, your names in voters’ list

Published May 11, 2019, 3:03 PM

by Francine Ciasico

By MB Online

Aside from the Commission on Elections’ (Comelec) precinct finder, voters have several other options to check whether their names are in the voters’ list or not.

Although the said link has had technical glitches, Comelec officials assured that they were doing their best to fix the problems that were earlier encountered.

Voters can check there precincts by visiting: https://www.gov.ph/web/precinctfinder.

The other options are by manually checking or by personally going to the list of voters on the precincts on election day.

If you do not prefer to do the said option though, you can call or send an email to the Precinct Finder Hotline.

The Precint Finder Hotline number is (02) 526 7769 while the email addresses are [email protected] and [email protected]

When all of the options above fail, a voter can tweet Comelec on their Twitter account @radyocomelec which also receives direct messages from voters.