Here's How To Check Your Voting Details & Polling Station Online

All you need is your MyKad number!

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Editor's note: This article has been updated to clarify that voters may not be able to change their voting constituencies on MySPR in time for GE15.

To confirm you are listed and eligible to vote in the 15th General Election (GE15), all Malaysians aged 18 and above can check their voting registration details online

With the gazettement of the Undi18 bill last year, all Malaysians aged 18 and above are now automatically registered in the country's electoral roll, so now, anyone can head on over to the Election Commission's (EC) official online portal to confirm their status.

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To check your voting details and polling station for GE15, head on over to the MySPR Semak website, enter your identification card (IC) number, and click 'Semak'.

Your name, MyKad number, registered MyKad address, and voting constituency will be listed.

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You can also download the MySPR Semak app (on App Store or Google Play) or call the EC hotline at +603-88927018 to check your voting details.

If your details are wrong or you would like to change your current address, you will need to register for a MySPR account to make the amendments

Visit the main MySPR website here and click on 'Permohonan Baru'.

You will need to submit these details to register:
- Your full name and address based on your MyKad
- A valid mobile phone number
- A valid email address
- A front image of your MyKad
- A selfie with your MyKad

Your MySPR account will take one to two days to be approved.

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Once approved, log into your MySPR account and click on 'Borang A (Pertukaran Bahagian Pilihan Raya / Pertukaran Status)' on the website dashboard

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Filling in 'Form A' allows you to change your polling constituency by updating your address.

You may also update other details such as your phone number and email address.

However, do note, according to Malay Mail, the new information takes six to eight weeks to be processed and validated, which may not be in time for the next general election.

Enter your details, click 'send', and that's it! You will receive an email notification stating that your update application is in progress.

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You can also physically head to the EC headquarters, your state election office, or your closest post office to make the amendments.

Again, you may check the MySPR Semak website for your most updated details 

Voting is a right, so let's prepare for the next elections!

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Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced the dissolution of Parliament on Monday, 10 October, paving the way for GE15 to be held in 60 days:

If you are a Malaysian living overseas and interested in voting in the next elections, you will need to register for postal voting:

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