Where to Vote for the May 2019 Elections
Precinct Finder / Post Finder Overview
Precinct Finder / Post Finder Tips
This online service attempts to find and display the assigned precinct and polling center (or foreign service post) of active Filipino voters (whether registered in the Philippines or overseas). This is to provide information on where the concerned voters need to go to vote on Election Day this coming 13 May 2019 National and Local Elections. The voter database that is used for this service is updated as of the last voter registration period in September 2018.
Voters whose records have been deactivated for failure to vote in two consecutive regular elections or other applicable reasons will not be able to vote this coming May 2019. They will have to wait for the next resumption of the voter registration period after the May 2019 elections in order to have their registration record reactivated.
This search facility is very straightforward and easy to use. It only requires that you type in your First Name, Middle Name, Last Name, Province and City/Municipality of registration. All of these should be provided in order for the search to work.
People who do not have a middle name may use the dot or period (.) character.
The search is based on the personal information that you provided when you filed your application for registration. If you provided your Middle Initial only, you should use it here. If you provided your full Middle Name, then you should use that here.
If your name contains MA. or MARIA, try both variations in the FIRST NAME field, such as:
You may also try using just “Ma” without a dot or a period.
If your name contains a JR, SR, II, III, IV, etc., try several variations of typing your Name, as follows:
- in the FIRST NAME field after your first name, such as “JUAN JR.”
- in the LAST NAME field after your last name, such as "DELA CRUZ JR."
- without a period, such as "JR"
- with a comma and period, such as "JUAN, JR."
- with two (or more) spaces in between, such as "JUAN JR." or "JUAN JR."
- or a combination of the above-mentioned variations.
To insert the “Ñ” character, simply click on the “Ñ” button provided at the side of each text field. You can also just use the Alt+165 combination keys.
It is also possible that the name was recorded as “N” simply instead of “Ñ”.
Cities in Metro Manila are not under any PROVINCE. However, for purposes of database categorization, Metro Manila or the National Capital Region (NCR) has been divided into four so called districts and grouped the cities as follows:
- NATIONAL CAPTIAL REGION – FOURTH DISTRICT:
- CITY OF LAS PIÑAS
- CITY OF MAKATI
- CITY OF MUNTINLUPA
- CITY OF PARAÑAQUE
- PASAY CITY
- NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION – MANILA:
- PORT AREA
- SAN MIGUEL
- SAN NICOLAS
- SANTA ANA
- SANTA CRUZ
- 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
For residents of Sta. Mesa, Manila, select NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION – MANILA for PROVINCE then select SAMPALOC for CITY/MUNICIPALITY.