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How To Check Your Vote Registration On Voters Roll Online

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You can now check online if you are registered to vote in the upcoming general elections.  Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has recruited the services of technology so that prospective voters can save time by going to designated locations to check if they are registered.

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How do I check If I’m registered?

  • Then hit enter, and you see for yourself if you are registered
  • The following info should display

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 If any of the information displayed is incorrect, you need to visit the polling station where your polling station no later than 29 May 2018

Sometimes you won’t be able to check your details because the website will be done. Perhaps because of too much traffic.

*265#-Checking BVR information Accuracy 

You can also check the accuracy of you BVR by dialing *265# on Econet, Netone, and Telecel mobile phones.

 Your last option

You can just visit the registered temporary centers set up ZEC or at your assigned polling stations to verify your details.

The centers will be open between 7 am and 5 pm daily from today the 19th of May, 2018 to the 29th of May 2018.

14 thoughts on “How To Check Your Vote Registration On Voters Roll Online

  1. ZEC must also make Elections Electronic to save time since we are having 125 Presidential Candidates.

  2. Why is there a port number in their URL?

    Site seems to be down when i tried to follow the link…This would actually be a good service if it was done in real time. I.e as people register your details become available.

    1. Might be a firewall blocking your access to this port. Apps normally run on weird ports but usually there is a proxy in front which someone clearly omitted or forgot to do in this case. Anything other than 80 and 443 pretty much precludes universal access.

  3. Links not working for me but 265 is working and I registered well before April…. Use lower case letter for your id

  4. Both links don’t work.
    I wanted to do this, but had problems getting the voters roll.

    ZEC had last said you could buy it but now ZEC employees have zero info on this.

  5. SSL certificates are cheap. I wonder what other security f’ups they have.

  6. There are citizens who are going to officiate in the voting process ie teachers and police officers ,are they going to vote given a scenerio that they happen to be deployed away from their polling centres .ls it possible to transfere after 29 May ,last day of inspection?

  7. For me *265# failed bt e link was successfl so it still means im registered or need to make sure that *265# gives my informtn too??

  8. The link is not accessible it was goin to be helpful but unfortunate we cant access it

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