Google and Jaagore launch an online voter list search enginePosted on April 16th, 2009 5 comments
Is my name there in the voter’s list? How do I search for my name in the voter’s list?
Refer the Govt websites of respective Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) -
For the upcoming Gujarat elections to be held in Dec 2012, refer to the following link to check for your name in the Electoral rolls.
You can search your name or by other fields like district name, father’s name or husband’s name or search by area or booth level officer.
Look for the option that says search in final electoral rolls or Click on this URL to search your name in the final electoral rolls. There are several fields on which you can search – by name, door no, pincode etc.
People in other states may need to look for their specific state websites. Look up http://eci.nic.in/ website to get more details
1. Click on this link for Electoral Roll Help Line, by CEO Maharashtra. You can look up for Mumbai City, Mumbai Suburban and Thane
You can do a search by name at the following page (in English or Marathi) or click on the ‘Search Engine’ link:
Search by Name
(Wait patiently as the response time may be slow as there are too many hits to the servers during election time)
Search name in electoral rolls http://web1.hry.nic.in/voterlist/assembly.aspx
You can search by name, Door no etc for various constituencies like Ambala, Kurukshetra, Sirsa, Hisar, Karnal, Sonipat, Rohtak, Bhiwani-Mahendragarh, Gurgaon, Faridabad
Haryana CEO site – http://ceoharyana.nic.in/
Jammu & Kashmir (J&K)
Voters list name search – http://www.ceojammukashmir.nic.in/NameSearch/main.aspx
Districts – Jammu,Samba,Kathua,Udhampur & Reasi
J &K CEO site – http://www.ceojammukashmir.nic.in/
Punjab CEO Site – http://ceopunjab.nic.in/English/
Uttar Pradesh(UP) CEO website – http://tempceoup.up.nic.in/
West Bengal (WB)
Search your name in the rolls – West Bengal
West Bengal CEO Website – http://www.ceowestbengal.nic.in/
Himachal Pradesh (HP)
Search name in Electoral rolls – http://hp.gov.in/electionsearch/default.aspx
View Electoral rolls in TN (Tamil) – http://www.elections.tn.gov.in/pdfs/acwise_pdf.asp
View Electoral rolls in TN (English) – http://www.elections.tn.nic.in/pdfs/dt2eng.htm
Electoral rolls/Voters list – http://gov.ua.nic.in/ceouttranchal/pdf_roll/01012009/Uttranchal_pdf_page.htm
Uttranchal CEO Website – http://gov.ua.nic.in/ceouttranchal/
Puducherry / Pondicherry
Search name in Electoral rolls – http://www.pon.nic.in/election/electmain.htm
Electoral Rolls 2009 (As on 24.04.2009) – http://www.ceopondicherry.nic.in/Pec/home.asp
Puducherry CEO website – http://www.ceopondicherry.nic.in
Option 3: Check original copy of the supplementary rolls with your ERO (Election Registration officer)
You should visit the voter facilitation center and check if your name is on the rolls.
[Update Apr 20, 2009] There is a 24X7 Helpline that has been set up for voter list related enquiries. In Bangalore, the number is 2222 8888. I called them up and they helped find my name in the voters list. I tried to search it online (from Govt website) and it wasnt available, but this call helped me to track my name in the voter’s list. Try it out and also spread this word to your other friends.
[update Apr 22, 2009] There are a couple of ways to know more about your constituency. See the following URLs -
This website gives you details about all the candidates, their declared income, their crime record, polling booth details etc.
If you want to know your constituency based on the location in a map, Google has come up with a way to do that –
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5 responses to “Google and Jaagore launch an online voter list search engine”
Saisnarayan .T.Singh April 28th, 2009 at 13:53
Kindly note Iam complete 18yrs in April 2009.
Iam leave in mira-road.
Please advice how to apply to this year registration.
Thanks and warm regards
ajadmin April 28th, 2009 at 15:27
When you say mira-road, I am assuming you are from Mumbai, Maharashtra. I dont think you can vote in this year’s lok sabha elections because they are already going on. See the following article for the election schedule in your state –
For registering yourself for future elections, you need to visit the nearest ERO and submit Form6 (with duplicate copy) with Address proof. Look at the Chief Electoral officer’s website for you state, shown below, for the location of ERO (Election registration office)
I need West Bengal’s Voter List in English Format…………can anybody help in this regard
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deepak jain October 13th, 2011 at 11:23
i need hissar voter list in english formet.
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