Filipinos in Hong Kong who have registered to vote for the 2022 Philippine National Elections can check if they’re certified to vote by visiting the website of the Philippine Consulate in HK. Our consulate has listed the list of absentee voters for the upcoming elections.
So if you are a Filipino overseas worker in HK who has registered before, you will be able to see your name from this official list. You can download the PDF list from the link below – this comes from the official website of the embassy.
Currently, the Philippine Embassy in HK has not yet posted the certified list of absentee voters (overseas voters), so please stay tuned. As per PH law, COMELEC will release the list of registered voters at least 120 days before the national election dates. Once COMELEC releases the list of names, they will forward it to the Philippine embassies, consulates, and foreign service establishments. We will keep you posted once this update is released.
You can now see if your name is on the list as the COMELEC office has released the official names of Pinoys who can vote this election season.
- 1 Registered Filipinos in Hong Kong Eligible to Vote in the Philippine Elections
- 2 How to Search for your name in the list of overseas voters in HK?
- 3 What if I see my name on the list?
- 4 What if my name is not on the list of registered voters?
- 5 How to Vote at The Bayanihan Kennedy Town Centre in HK
- 6 Contact Information
- 7 Google Map Location
Registered Filipinos in Hong Kong Eligible to Vote in the Philippine Elections
Filipinos in HK who registered and are qualified to vote for the 2022 National Elections may check their names by using the links.
The list contains the sequence number, Voter’s Name, and Registration Date and the files will be separated according to Land-based and Seafarers.
Only those included in this list are allowed to vote. The Phil. Consulate has posted the list from their website. You can see it here:
- HongKong List of Certified OFW voters: https://comelec.gov.ph/php-tpls-attachments/OverseasVoting/2022NLE/CLOV/ASIA_PAC/HONG_KONG.pdf
- Seafarers: https://comelec.gov.ph/php-tpls-attachments/OverseasVoting/2022NLE/CLOV/SEAFARERS_CLOV.pdf
How to Search for your name in the list of overseas voters in HK?
In case you are wondering how you can search for your name, you simply have to choose the PDF file from the list uploaded by the Phil Consulate. They have compiled it according to alphabetical order using the last names of the registered voters.
All you have to do is open the file based on your Last Name, and then scroll to your name to find if it is listed.
What if I see my name on the list?
It means that you have successfully registered for overseas voting and you can participate in the upcoming elections as overseas absentee voters.
What if my name is not on the list of registered voters?
It means that you are unable to vote in the upcoming 2022 Philippine elections. You may vote in the succeeding elections after this.
If you may have inquiries or need further assistance with your questions about voting in the region, you can contact the PH Consulate office.
How to Vote at The Bayanihan Kennedy Town Centre in HK
The PCG Hongkong has released an advisory about the voting schedule and guides about the voting process to be held at the Kenny Town
Overseas voting from 10 April to 9 May 2022 will be conducted at The Bayanihan Kennedy Town Centre, 55 Victoria Road, Kennedy Town.
How to Get There (Bayanihan Kennedy Town Centre)
- MTR – Take the MTR Blue Line towards Kennedy Town and alight at Kennedy Town Terminus, then take a 5-minute walk towards Victoria Road to Bayanihan Centre.
- BUS – Take Bus number 1, 5B, 5c, 10, 101, 104, 113, and alight at Kennedy Town Bus Terminal
- TRAM – Take the Tram towards Kennedy Town and alight at Kennedy Town Tram Terminus Stop, then take a 5-minute walk towards Victoria Road to Bayanihan Centre.
Tips Before Voting Day
- Make sure to pick a convenient time within the set voting schedule to avoid crowd.
- Familiarize yourself with Bayanhian Centre’s locatoin anc create a transportation plan to reach the voting site.
- Prepare a list of your candidates, proof of identity (Philippine passport and/or Hong Kong ID), other personal essentials such as water to keep you hydrated.
Tips During Voting Day
- First come, First Served with Priority Lane for Seniors, PWD, and Pregnant Voters.
- Bring and present your Philippine passport and/or Hong Kong ID.
- Proceed to Voter Search Section to check your polling precinct.
- Get your ballot, secrecy folder, marker, and proceed to a vacant area
- Observe social distancing and follow Hong Kong’s anti-pandemic measures at all times.Accomplish the ballot by fully shading the oval appearing before the name of the candidate you wish to vote for.
- Do not overvote. If more than the allowed number of seats for the position is chosen, NO vote will be counted for the position.
- Take your time!
- Feed the ballot into the Vote Counting Machine (VCM).
- Check your Voter Verification Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) and then deposit it in the receptacle.
- Do not wear, bring or show any campaign materials or paraphernalia within the voting site.
- Poll watchers should remain at their designated areas and should not mingle or talk with voters.
- Do not overvote. Undervoting is however, allowed.
- Avoid loitering and gathering around the voting site.
- The Hong Kong Police has informed the Consulate that its officers will be patrolling the vicinity of Bayanihan Centre to enforce social distancing and other anti-pandemic measures.
The voter shall NOT
- Be accompanied by anybody in accomplishing the ballot, except in case of an illiterate or person with disability;
- Speak with anyone while accomplishing the ballot;
- Intentionally deface, or erase any printing on the ballot or put theron any distinguishing marl
- Use cameras, mobile phones or other means for making a copy of the ballot, or make use of any other means to identify the vote;
- Prepare the ballot without the use of a ballot secrecy folder, or exhibit its contents to any person;
- Bring the ballot outside the polling place; and
- Bring the vote receipt outside the polling place.
For any questions or concerns, please contact the Consulate at 5995-9630 or email email@example.com
Here is the infographic as shared by PCG HK:
Address: Philippine Consulate General, Fourteenth Floor, United Centre 95 Queensway, Admiralty Hong Kong
Telephone Number: 2823 8500 (Switchboard)
Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (Sunday)
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (Monday to Thursday)
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/PHLinHK/
Google Map Location
The voting process in Hong Kong will be held at the Bayanihan Kennedy Town Centre. Please see the map guide below: