- Where can I get voting help online?
- What are EVM's?
- Who can vote in India?
- What is a voter ID card?
- What if NOTA gets more votes?
- What is NOTA?
- What happens if a voter dies?
- Can my office stop me from voting?
Answers to queries such as how to register, search name in voter's list, enroll as an NRI voter and FAQs are available on ECI website https://eci.gov.in/.
Once the voter presses the blue button against the candidate and symbol of his choice, the lamp against it turns red and a long beep is heard.
The VVPAT machine gives instant feedback to the voter, through a printed slip.
You can only be enrolled at the place of your residence, not in a different place in which you are currently staying in.
If by any chance, the EVM before you goes out of order or is unable to register your vote, then the EVM will be replaced by another one.
If the applicant has lost the voter ID card, a copy of the FIR at the time it was lost has to be attached along with other documents.
Unlike the voting process of yesteryear, an EVM doesn’t require a ballot box, but rather offers an option to simply press a button.
Having your voter ID card alone does not mean that you will definitely be allowed to vote. It is required that your name should appear on the electoral rolls.
If the resident fails to get the voter slip, they can check online or call the helpline to find out.
To get registered as a voter, you have to submit a filled in Form-6 to the Electoral Registration Officer (ERO) of your assembly constituency after which your name will be included in the electoral roll as a voter.