voterregistration.gov.hk Provision / Updating of E-mail Addresses From Registered Electors : Hong Kong
Organization : Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
Facility : Provision / Updating of E-mail Addresses From Registered Electors
Location : Hong Kong
Country : China
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Update Here : https://www.ospprdwcdc.reo.gov.hk/osp/ra008/mainEM.jsp?rt=em&language=en&country=US
Hong Kong Provision / Updating of E-mail Addresses
Please read the following guidance notes before completing this form:
1) This platform is to facilitate registered electors to provide/update their e-mail addresses with the Registration and Electoral Office.
Related : Voter Registration Hong Kong Replacement of Authorized Representatives : www.electionin.org/516.html
The e-mail addresses will be provided to the candidates of the constituencies concerned for the purpose of sending election advertisement. The candidates may choose to send election advertisement via e-mail in lieu of hardcopy. Please fill in your Hong Kong identity card number, Chinese or English full name (as shown on your Hong Kong identity card), e-mail address and contact telephone number.
The Registration and Electoral Office may not be able to process your application if the name provided by you is not identical to the name shown on your Hong Kong identity card.
2) The Registration and Electoral Office will provide the candidates at an election with the most updated database of electors’ e-mail addresses. If your application has been accepted 60 days before the polling date of large-scale elections, the Registration and Electoral Office will provide your e-mail address to the candidates of the geographical/functional constituencies or subsectors concerned for the purpose of sending election advertisement.
3) Please note that you can only make use of this platform to provide/update your e-mail address. If you wish to update your electoral particulars such as your residential address, telephone and fax numbers, or if you are not yet a registered elector and wish to apply for registration, please send in a completed voter registration form (REO-1) by post (13/F, Kowloonbay International Trade & Exhibition Centre, 1 Trademart Drive, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong) or by fax (2891 1180).
Or if you have a valid digital certificate issued by a reconized certification authority, you can also make an application for voter registration or updating of electoral particulars on-line via the GovHK website in accordance with the existing electoral regulations. For details, you may visit our dedicated webpage www.voterregistration.gov.hk.
IMPORTANT: A person who knowingly or recklessly makes any false or incorrect statement or gives information which is materially false or misleading commits an offence under the law
Please note the following steps are required for this application :
Step 1 : Key in the required information
Step 2 : Submit your application
HK Identity Card Number : () HK Identity Card Number HK Identity Card Number
Name as shown on your Hong Kong identity card (English or Chinese)
Contact Telephone Number (852) :
Note: The contact telephone number will be used by the Registration and Electoral Office to make enquiry on this application only. Your electoral particulars will not be updated.
Note: The provision of this e-mail address is voluntary. The e-mail address will be provided to the candidates of the constituencies concerned for the purpose of sending election advertisement. The candidates may choose to send election advertisement via e-mail in lieu of hardcopy.
Re-enter E-mail Address
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What authentication methods do GovHK online services use? :
Different GovHK online services may apply different authentication methods as appropriate for the levels of security required by their transactions with the users.
Possible authentication methods include :
** user ID and password;
** digital certificate stored on a floppy disk, hard disk or USB flash drive, whereby user will be required to enter a password and specify where the certificate is stored; or
** the Hongkong Post e-Cert stored on a smart identity card, whereby the system may prompt for the e-Cert password during the authentication process.
Each online service will specify the applicable authentication method(s). Please refer to the FAQs of individual service for details. For general information about digital certificates and authentication, please refer to the following FAQs section.
May I know if I’m registered or not?
Search your voter registration particulars in the below link.