No Law To Replace ID Card After 10 Years

No Law To Replace ID Card After 10 Years

Chief Electoral Officer, Angela Taylor, is reminding the public, particularly the business community, that there is no law requiring a person to replace a Barbados Identification (ID) Card after 10 years. Mrs. Taylor’s comments were made in response to an increase in...
Electoral Department Ready For Polling Day

Electoral Department Ready For Polling Day

With less than 24 hours to go before the May 24 General Elections, the Electoral Department has been a hive of activity, with the management and staff pulling out all the stops, ensuring that it is ready for polling day. This disclosure has come from the Supervisor of...
Presentation Of Identification On Election Day

Presentation Of Identification On Election Day

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...
Only Deceased Deleted From Electors Register

Only Deceased Deleted From Electors Register

Only persons who have been confirmed by the Registrar as deceased are deleted from the Register of Electors. This was confirmed by Chief Electoral Officer, Angela Taylor, as she recently addressed a press conference held at Warrens Tower II, in reference to reports...
Prohibited Devices At Polling Station

Prohibited Devices At Polling Station

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...

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