We know how important it is to be able to vote this 2022. We’ve spent long years, realizing and seeing the effects of having good and competent leaders in the country. We have also experienced the consequences of placing greedy politicians in power. There’s more than a year left to be educated, but you can start moving as early as now.
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With the introduction of the Online Accomplishment of Forms for Voter Registration, the COMELEC has made it one step easier for you to become a registered voter. Do note that accomplishing this online form does not mean that you are already a registered voter. But people who accomplish iRehistro Forms may set an appointment. Those with appointments are given priority over walk-in applicants.
- If you want to set an appointment, make sure that you have already selected the Province, City / Municipality, and Barangay of your Residence, afterwards, select your preferred date and time schedule from the calendar that will appear below.
- If you do not want to set an appointment, simply check the “I don’t want to set an appointment” checkbox below. Please take note that by not setting an appointment, you can submit your application form any time during regular working hours before the end of the registration period.
This application form is for:
Any Filipino citizen who is not yet a registered voter, may apply for registration, provided they possesses the following qualifications for May 9, 2022 National and Local Elections:
- At least eighteen (18) years of age on or before May 9, 2022 National and local elections;
- A resident of the Philippines for at least one (1) year and in the place wherein he/she proposes to vote, for at least six (6) months immediately preceding the May 9, 2022 national and local elections; and
- Not otherwise disqualified by law.
TRANSFER OF REGISTRATION RECORD
Any registered voter who has transferred residence to another city or municipality may apply with the Election Officer of his new residence for the transfer of his registration records.
REACTIVATION OF REGISTRATION RECORD
Any voter whose registration has been deactivated pursuant to the preceding Section may file with the Election Officer a sworn application for reactivation of his registration in the form of an affidavit stating that the grounds for the deactivation no longer exist any time, but not later than one hundred twenty (120) days before a regular election and ninety (90) days before a special election.
CHANGE OF NAME DUE TO MARRIAGE OR COURT ORDER / CORRECTION OF ENTRIES IN THE VOTERS’ REGISTRATION RECORD
If your name has changed or needs to be changed in your registration record.
INCLUSION OF RECORDS IN THE BOOK OF VOTERS / REINSTATEMENT OF NAME IN THE LIST OF VOTERS
Book of Voters refers to the compilation of all registration records in a precinct. Any person whose application for registration has been disapproved by the Board or whose name has been stricken out from the list may file with the court a petition to include his name in the permanent list of voters in his precinct at any time except one hundred five (105) days prior to a regular election or seventy-five (75) days prior to a special election.