t Double Yellow's Musings: 2.16m Eligible Voters in Singapore
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Saturday, February 18, 2006

2.16m Eligible Voters in Singapore

An interesting piece of news with which we can probably do some even interesting analysis later… :)



Nearly 2.16 million Singaporeans are eligible to vote in the coming general election. Their names are listed in the Registers of Electors which have been certified by the Elections Department on Friday.

Registers for the 23 electoral divisions are now open for inspection. This can be done at the Elections Department in Prinsep Street and 104 Inspection Centres located in community centres and clubs.

Singaporeans can also check the registers on-line via the Elections Department website at www.elections.gov.sg. The registers contain a total of 2,158,439 names. Among them, 857 are registered as overseas electors. They will be able to vote at eight Overseas Polling Stations located at the Singapore diplomatic missions in Canberra, Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo, London, Washington and San Francisco. - CNA/ch

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