SINGAPORE — Nearly 2.6 million Singaporeans will be eligible to vote in the next General Election, an increase of about 80,000 voters from 2017 when the last update took place.
The Registers of Electors have been certified and are available for public inspection, with a total of 2,594,740 electors in the registers, the Elections Department said in a press release on Monday (April 15).
This follows a round of public inspection from Feb 26 to March 11, where Singaporeans could submit requests to include or remove their names or to update their particulars in the registers.
Now, Singaporeans will be able to view the registers but will not be able to make further changes to their particulars until the next update of the Registers of Electors, the Elections Department said.
Singaporeans may check their particulars:
• Online at the Elections Department website
• At community centres or clubs
• At the Elections Department located at 11 Prinsep Link
• At Singapore overseas missions that serve as overseas registration centres, in cities such as New York, Washington DC, San Francisco, London, Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Canberra and Dubai.
They should have their identity cards or passports with them.
More at https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/nearly-26-million-singaporeans-eligible-vote-next-general-election
Lee-member to vote wisely in upcoming GE. Wake up and stop allowing PAP to ruin Stinkapore with their nonsense and incompetence.