The Commission on Elections (COMELEC) has a form to help you find your precinct for Monday, May 13, 2013 elections. More popularly known as the Precinct Finder, it is also referred to as the “Voter Registration Status Verification Page.”
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 that is needed is the PRECINCT FINDER page, and one’s full name and date of birth, as provided when the application for registration was filed.
The Commission, however, reminded everyone that the Precinct Finder page is not meant to be the final say on who may or may not participate in the coming elections. The information as made available there is based on data as received from its field offices nationwide. COMELEC further reiterated that the PRECINCT FINDER only intends to give guiding information so that voters may know what specific actions to take before the last day of the registration period prior to an election.
How to Use the Precinct Finder?
Step 1. Go to the official PRECINCT FINDER page by clicking this link.
Step 2. At the Precinct Finder page, provide the form with your FULL NAME (First Name, Middle Name, Last Name) and DATE OF BIRTH (Month, Day, Year).
Step 3. Click the “Search” button to get results.
NOTE: Use the PRECINCT FINDER as a guide, and not as the final word, on your registration status. If you do not agree with the results of the Search Facility, please feel free to send the COMELEC an e-mail, with your registration details, at email@example.com so that they may be able to conduct further verification. You can also always drop by your local COMELEC office, or give them a call, to confirm the PRECINCT FINDER results.