According to the Elections Department today, the revised registers of electors are certified and will now be available for public inspection.

There are 2,460,484 electors in the registers, and Singapore citizens may check their particulars in the registers via the Elections Department website.

They may also do so at community centers or clubs, at Singapore overseas missions that serve as overseas registration centres, and at the Elections Department with their NRIC or passport.

Those whose names have been removed from the registers of electors because they did not vote at a previous election can apply to have their names restored to the registers.

Overseas Singaporeans whose names are in the registers of electors and have resided in Singapore for at least 30 days on aggregate during the three-year period between Feb 1, 2012 and Jan 31, 2015, may also register as overseas electors to vote at one of the designated overseas polling stations.

Overseas Singaporeans who had registered earlier as overseas electors will need to re-register if they meet the qualifying criteria as of Feb 1, and wish to remain as overseas electors.

Applications will close with the issue of the Writ of Election.

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