Please Cast Your Vote Tomorrow….

Here’s a message written by Nitin Shenoy, one of my fellow-volunteers on “Hasiru Usiru”:

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Please cast your vote tomorrow.

To look for your name in the voter list:

click here

Put your name (check the spelling- they are way off mark) and the pin code and it works.

In case the link doesnt work.. go to this link and search name under BBMP area.

To find your polling booth:

click here

“Instead of searching for the polling booths on the day of exercising their franchise in a hurry, he said that the voters could contact the helpline. This facility is available to all voters through out the State on a common number 155212.

For Bangalore Urban and Bangalore Rural Districts, in order to make a clear distinction, owing to the same STD code, a suffix (1) for Bangalore Urban and (2) for Bangalore Rural is attached to 155212, i.e.1552121 for Bangalore Urban and 1552122 for Bangalore Rural district.”

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It *is* we who can make a difference to the governance of this city, this State, and ultimately, our country…so do vote!

3 Comments so far

  1. Info for Karnataka voters | DesiPundit (pingback) on May 9th, 2008 @ 9:05 pm

    […] message for Karnataka voters – please cast your vote tomorrow!  He has also included links to help you find your polling booth and to check your name in the voters’ list.  There are also links to the helpline numbers […]


  2. Preran (bglr_preran) on May 10th, 2008 @ 9:38 pm

    I voted! Yes!!!

    Because I was in Chennai for some time, and not registered, I never got a chance to vote, but today I did it. It was so so simple. Took me less than a minute to get over with the process. It is so sad to see that we got a turnout of just 60% this time. I am hoping that all the people who voted made a correct choice.


  3. The Acorn » Dear Bangaloreans, you deserve lousy infrastructure (pingback) on May 13th, 2008 @ 10:15 am

    […] the sheer apathy with which the city’s voters treated the recent assembly elections—after several years of frustrating political logjams and venal political […]



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