Follow the steps given below to find your polling station to vote. 1
If you are a registered voter with a Voter ID Card, then you have to visit a polling station on the voting day in your constituency.
A polling booth or station is fixed at a building or a hall where the voters of the concerned polling area cast their votes. Usually polling stations are set up in permanent places like schools, government buildings etc, but they can also be set up in private buildings or buildings outside the polling area if space is not available.
Finding Your Polling Station
You can find out where your polling station is, by visiting the National Voters Services Portal.
The polling station will usually be only 2 kilometers away from your place of residence. Only in hilly areas or forest areas, it may be set up further away.
- Section 25, The Representation of People Act, 1951.[↩]