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WHO CAN VOTE?
Qualifications to be a Voter

  • To be eligible to vote at a contested election in any constituency, your name must be on the latest certified register of electors for that constituency.
  • You will be entitled to have your name included in the register of electors for a constituency if on the prescribed date for the production of the register of electors –
    1. You are a citizen of Singapore i.e. holder of a Pink-coloured Identity Card;
    2. You are at least 21 years old; and
    3. You are ordinarily resident or deemed to be ordinarily resident in Singapore at an address that is in that constituency.
  • For the purpose of election, the address stated in your Identity Card will be regarded as the address at which you are ordinarily resident. Any question about ordinary residence can be directed to contact@eld.gov.sg.
  • You can find out whether you are on the latest certified register of electors for a constituency and verify your personal particulars on the register via the eServices available at this website or at any of the inspection centres such as the Elections Department or any Community Centres/Club.