Here are the hotlines for election-related incidents this Election 2019
ELECTION 2019 – This is the list of hotlines that people can contact for election-related incidents.
Voters can ask, report, or express their feed for the May 13 poll anywhere they may be.
Here the numbers you can contact and e-mail addresses where you can send your concerns, based on the report from Rappler.
Commission on Election (COMELEC)
The Comelec has its precinct finder to help voters locate their designated precinct. You can view the website or contact the Comelec through telephone hotline: (02) 526-7769 or you can e-mail at
[email protected] and [email protected].
Teachers’ Dignity Coalition and LENTE
Together, this groups will monitor election-related incidents from the morning of May 12 up to 12 pm of May 14. Teachers who are serving during the Election 2019 can report incidents such as harassment, cheating, intimidation, emergency situations.
TDC has these following contact numbers:
– Telephone hotline: (02) 692-0296
– Mobile numbers: 0916-6126739 and 0942-1883814
Contact LENTE through this number:
– Telephone hotline: (02) 502-1591
– Mobile number: 0917-1066265
or on its Facebook Page
Philippine National Police (PNP)
The National Election Monitoring Action Center of the PNP will be ready to receive information on election-related crimes and emergencies. The agency’s hotlines are for 24 hours. You may contact PNP through these numbers:
– 09163309158 (Globe)
– 09475207864 (Smart)
General government hotlines
Here are the general government hotlines that you can contact anytime.
– Emergency hotline: 911
– Police hotline: 117
– Citizens’ complaints hotline: 8888