How to find your election precinct online

How to find your election precinct online




Still lost on where to vote in this year’s midterm polls? Here’s a quick guide on how to find your polling precinct online.

The May 13 polls are closely coming in, and so are the millions of voters who will flock into designated areas to vote for their new set of government officials. With a few taps on your phone or desktop, you can easily find your precinct. Here’s how:

Step 1: Visit the official Comelec Precinct Finder website online at https://www.gov.ph/web/precinctfinder/

Step 2: Once you’ve loaded the page, fill in a few key details such as your complete name, and the town where you registered as a voter.

While the website is very straightforward with its requirements, there may also be specific rules on how to put in your name. For example, you may need to abbreviate or spell out in full some names like Maria/Ma., Jr or Junior.


 

There’s also an input button dedicated for names with ñ or Ñ characters. Metro Manila voters are broken down into different clusters:

NATIONAL CAPTIAL REGION – FOURTH DISTRICT:

  • CITY OF LAS PIÑAS
  • CITY OF MAKATI
  • CITY OF MUNTINLUPA
  • CITY OF PARAÑAQUE
  • PASAY CITY
  • PATEROS
  • TAGUIG

NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION – MANILA:

  • BINONDO
  • ERMITA
  • INTRAMUROS
  • MALATE
  • PACO
  • PANDACAN
  • PORT AREA
  • QUIAPO
  • SAMPALOC (If you’re from Sta. Mesa, please choose this option)
  • SAN MIGUEL
  • SAN NICOLAS
  • SANTA ANA
  • SANTA CRUZ
  • TONDO

NATIONAL CAPTIAL REGION – SECOND DISTRICT:

  • CITY OF MANDALUYONG
  • CITY OF MARIKINA
  • CITY OF PASIG
  • QUEZON CITY
  • SAN JUAN CITY

NATIONAL CAPTIAL REGION – THIRD DISTRICT:

  • CALOOCAN CITY
  • CITY OF VALENZUELA
  • MALABON CITY
  • NAVOTAS CITY

Step 3: Once you have filled the forms, you may run the captcha test and press the blue button after it’s cleared. If the database recognizes your details, the page will present your precinct information including the location and number. Remember to jot down the data or take a screenshot for your reference.

If these still did not work, you may try to contact your local COMELEC office that has jurisdiction over your registration. We hope this quick guide helped!



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16 Responses

  1. User101 says:

    The City/Municipality is not populated after selecting province…

  2. jay campillan says:

    Di pa gumagana

  3. pinasbulok says:

    As usual, hindi na naman gumagama ang government website na ito. kawawa ang pinas :(

  4. MJ says:

    It doesn’t work with different kinds of web browsers using windows pero I’ve tried it sa Mac OS using safari and it worked.

  5. Yull Kimber Balderas says:

    Can i know my precinct number sorry for the hustle

  6. analyn T. Duran says:

    can i know my precint number please….

  7. hindi pa din gumagana ang site na ito kahit na malapit na election next year

  8. Eduardo avila says:

    How to find precinct number

  9. mary grace d. galaura says:

    how i can finf may precinct number? thankyou

  10. Ailen De la Cruz Malinao says:

    Hindi gumagana ung website bat ganun. How can i get my precint #

  11. maylyn aglibot millamina says:

    how i can find my precint number

  12. jessa caneda says:

    paanu makikita yung precint number ko?

  13. Khristine Ann Catacutan says:

    Paano ko po malalaman precint number ko

  14. Josephine roxas says:

    Can i know my pricent number pls..

  15. Florante o. Badil says:

    Can i know my precinct number pls…

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