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Democratic Alliance : Check Your Voter Registration Details Online

Organisation : Democratic Alliance
Facility Name : Check Your Voter Registration Details Online
Country : South Africa
Website : https://www.da.org.za/

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How To Check DA Voter Registration Details Online?

To Check Democratic Alliance DA Voter Registration Details Online, Follow the below steps

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Step-1 : Go to the link https://check.da.org.za/
Step-2 : Enter your South African ID Number
Step-3 : Click on Next button

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Note:
** Throughout the year, by-elections take place to elect a new councillor in a ward in a municipality.
** You can only vote on Election Day if you are correctly registered to vote in your ward.
** For by-election registration and voting, voting stations are open from 8am to 5pm.
** You need to vote in person with your valid, green, bar-coded ID book; temporary ID; or smart ID card.

FAQ On DA Voter

Frequently Asked Questions FAQ On Democratic Alliance DA Voter

How do I check that my details are correct?
Use this tool to check which voting station you are registered to vote at.

If you need to, you can register:
** at the municipal electoral office in your municipality weekdays during office hours; or
** during a special registration weekend at your voting station before the by-election.

What do I need to register?
A valid, green, bar-coded ID book; temporary ID; or smart ID card; to be a South African citizen; to be over the age of 16 to register, however, you can only vote when you are 18 years or older; to live in the ward where the by-election is held.

What is a by-election?
A by-election is an election that takes place in a ward in a municipality between general municipal elections which are held every five years.

A by-election must be held if:
** the Electoral Commission does not declare the results of the election of a municipal council or in a ward within the specified period;
** a court sets aside the election of a council or a ward;
** the council is dissolved; or
** a ward vacancy occurs.

A vacancy occurs on:
** the death of a ward councillor;
** the resignation of a ward councillor from a party or municipal council; or
** the expulsion of a ward councillor. from a party or municipal council.

What is the process for calling a by-election?
Once a vacancy occurs, the MEC for Local Government must, after consulting with the Electoral Commission, call and set aside a date for the by-election in a notice in the provincial Government Gazette.

The by-election must take place within 90 days of the previous election, the date of the court decision, the date the council was dissolved, or the date of the ward vacancy occurring.

Why should I vote in by-elections?
Municipalities are responsible for a wide range of services to citizens – including water, electricity, roads, healthcare, refuse and waste removal and many others. Your participation allows you to choose the ward councillor who will represent your interests and those of your community in the municipality.

When do by-elections take place?
If your ward is contesting a by-election between general municipal elections, which are held every five years, the IEC will announce the date on their website. https://www.elections.org.za/ieconline/home

How do I participate?
** You must be a registered voter in the municipality or ward in which the by-election is taking place.
** If you have already registered to vote, you do not need to register again to vote in a by-election, unless you have moved home, in which case you may need to re-register in your new voting district, or unless your address details are incomplete or absent on the voters’ roll.
** In terms of the Constitutional Court ruling of 14 June 2016, the Electoral Commission is required to implement Section 16 (3) of the Electoral Act, which requires that voters’ rolls should contain the address of voters “where available”, for all by-elections following the 2016 Municipal Elections.
** You can check your registration details by SMSing your identity number to 32810, visiting www.elections.org.za, or visiting your local/municipal electoral office.

You can register:
** at the municipal electoral office in your municipality weekdays during office hours; or
** during a special registration weekend at your voting station before the by-election.

Contact

If you need more help, please email help [at] da.org.za and we’d be happy to answer your questions.

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