Maharashtra is going for polls in its 10 remaining Lok Sabha constituencies on the third phase of elections on 30th April 2009 (you can use below links for future elections too)
The constituencies include Palghar (ST), Mumbai Northwest, Mumbai Northeast, Mumbai North central, Mumbai South central, Mumbai South, Bhiwandi, Kalyan, Mumbai North and Thane.
Searching your name in electoral list
Simply having a voter ID card doesn’t mean that you can vote. Instead, your name should be there in the electoral list in order to be eligible.
If you already have your voter ID card you can search for your name in the electoral list using this link (see Update at the bottom of the post).
If you recently applied for the ID card and haven’t yet received it, in the same link you can search for your name assembly wise or district wise as applicable.
Note: The electoral list is updated as on 22.01.2009.
If there is some search malfunction and you can’t see your name, you can download the entire electoral list of your constituency from here.
Locating the polling booth address
If you live in Mumbai city, Mumbai Suburban or Thane districts, you can best search your name by visiting this link and select the appropriate district.
After selecting, you can enter your surname, name, and Father’s name and select the assembly constituency to find the polling booth allotted to you.
Alternatively, if you live in the Mumbai city, you can also search your name by visiting the Google’s election center.
You can see a ‘Search Voter Rolls‘ section in which you can search for your name easily (if it exists) by selecting Mumbai as the city and then can locate your polling booth by clicking on your name.
Update: Most of the links have been updated by CEO Maharashtra and hence won’t work. You can visit this page, for anything that you wish to know regarding elections and voters.