Dates announced for mobile voting

Early voting opportunity provided for those who qualify

The Elections Office has posted dates for mobile voting in the 18 July referendum, with dates set according to the district the voter is registered in.  

As with postal ballots, voters who wish to apply for mobile voting have until 6 July to do so. After that date, applications cannot be accepted. 

Application forms may be obtained online at www.electionsoffice.ky, from a registering officer or from the Elections Office. 

For those voters seeking to vote by mobile polls the Elections Office advises who qualifies, as set out in the Elections Law: 

An elector who is unable or unlikely to be unable 1) to go in person to the polling station because he/she is or is likely to be in a hospital, rest home or other similar institution, or because he/she is a geriatric at home; 2) by reason either of blindness or any other physical incapacity to go in person to the polling station, or if able to go, to vote unaided; or 3) to go to the polling station because of the general nature of his occupation, service or employment. 

Mobile polling will be conducted in the six electoral districts as follows: 

West Bay, Thursday, 12 July, at the John A. Cumber School Hall 9am to 1pm for electors who are unable to go to the polls because of employment/service or occupation. In the case of private residences/hospitals/rest homes or other similar institutions, a mobile team will visit between 9am and 6pm.  

George Town, Wednesday, 11 July, at the Elections Office, 150 Smith Road, 9am to 1pm for electors who are unable to go to the polls because of employment/service or occupation. In the case of private residences/hospitals/rest homes or other similar institutions, a mobile team will visit between 9am and 6pm.  

Bodden Town, Tuesday, 10 July, at the James Manoah Bodden Civic Centre, 9am to 1pm for electors who are unable to go to the polls because of employment/service or occupation. In the case of private residences/hospitals/rest homes or other similar institutions, a mobile team will visit between 9am and 6pm.  

North Side, Monday, 9 July at the North Side Primary School 9am until 1pm for electors who are unable to go to the polls because of employment/service or occupation. In the case of private residences/hospitals/rest homes or other similar institutions, a mobile team will visit between the hours of 1pm and 6pm.  

East End, Monday, 9 July, at the William Allen McLaughlin Civic Centre for electors who are unable to go to the polls because of employment/service or occupation. In the case of private residences/hospitals/rest homes or other similar institutions, a mobile team will visit between 1pm and 6pm. 

Little Cayman, Friday, 6 July, at the Public Works workers accommodation building, 9am until 1pm, for electors who are unable to go to the polls because of employment/service or occupation. In the case of private residences/hospitals/rest homes or other similar institutions, a mobile team will visit between 1pm and 6pm. 

Cayman Brac, Monday, 9 July, at the Aston Rutty Centre, 9am to 1pm, for electors who are unable to go to the polls because of employment/service or occupation. In the case of private residences/hospitals/rest homes or other similar institutions, a mobile team will visit between 1pm and 6pm. 

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