18 Aug '11, 8am

Voters who fail to receive poll cards can print it out themselves

Voters who fail to receive their poll cards for the presidential election in the mail can now print it out themselves. -- ST PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA By Teo Wan Gek For the first time ever, voters who fail to receive their poll cards for the presidential election in the mail can now print it out themselves. Voters can check their polling station by going to The Elections Department's (ELD) website at www.elections.gov.sg and input either their SingPass or date of issue of their identity card to print out the e-poll card. The 2.27 million Singaporeans should receive their poll cards within three working days of Nomination Day, which was on Aug 17. This follows after the ELD said it would look for ways to improve its system after a Joo Chiat resident failed to get his poll card for the May 7 general election. With their poll card, voters can then go to their assigned polling sta...

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