Presentation Of Identification On Election Day

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Registered electors are reminded that they should take their Identification Card when attending the polling stations at which they are entitled to vote. According to Supervisor of Elections, Angela Taylor, Identification Cards may be used even if they have been issued in excess of 10 years. Mrs. Taylor said any elector who lost or misplaced his or her Identification Card …

Electoral To Be Info Centre On Polling Day

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The Electoral Department, Warrens Tower II, Warrens, St. Michael, will function as an Information Centre, from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on polling day, to assist electors in locating their polling stations. For information on the location of his/her polling station, a voter should call 535-4800 or 535-4853. In addition,  the voter may call 535-4875 and enter his/her identification number …

Prohibited Devices At Polling Station

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Voters have been advised that the use of all communication devices, such as smart phones, smart watches and smart pens, is prohibited in the polling station on polling day. According to the Supervisor of Elections, Angela Taylor, communication devices and all other personal effects must be left at the desk before proceeding to the polling booth. Ms. Taylor stated that …

Electors May View Polling Stations Online

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The Electoral and Boundaries Commission has advised electors that they may now view the polling station at which they are required to vote in the upcoming general elections, on Thursday, May 24. Electors may do so by logging on to the Electoral and Boundaries Commission’s website, going to the Chatbot, which is on the lower right hand corner, and typing …