The Commission on Elections has started the re-distribution of the Voter’s ID card.
Here are the steps on how to claim your Voter’s ID:
- Registered voters shall personally appear at the Office of the Election Officer (OEO) (errr. Comelec Office where you registered) on any day, from Monday to saturday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.Release of lD cards shall be done by the Ero/EA who shall see to it that the rightful owner claims the correct lD card;
- A voter may authorize in writing any person to claim his ID card. lnsuch case, said authorized person shall present the notarized authorization document with his own valid lD and sign in the logbook indicating thereon that he claimed the voter’s lD card in behalf of theregistered voter;
- Only rggistered voters whose registration records are active may be issued their voter’s lD card.
You can check if your Voter’s ID has already been printed or if your account is active by going to the COMELEC’s Precinct Finder site. The details that will be shown you will include the status of your registration and status of printing of your ID:
Comelec said that distribution may also be done at the Barangay halls or any public building within in the barangay.
For those who needs a replacement for their lost or dilapidated Voter’s ID:
A registered voter may request for reprinting of lost, torn or defacedvoter’s lD by personally filling-out application form for Voter’s lD card Replacement, attaching thereto an affidavit of loss or the torn or defaced lD, as the case may be, and shall be required to pay the amount of one Hundred Pesos (P1oo) for the cost of reprinting and forwarding to the OEO of his new,voter’s lD card.