Where to vote for ‘One Man One Vote’

The polling divisions are listed below. At each division, voters will be assigned different stations depending on the first letter of their surname.


West Bay North West (WBNW), Presbyterian Church of Boatswain Bay, 182 Boatswain Bay Rd. This location replaces the previous site, which was the New Testament Church of God.
West Bay Central (WBC), Sir John A. Cumber Primary School, 44 Fountain Rd.
West Bay East (WBE), Tent with air conditioning situated on vacant lot at intersection of Willie Farrington Drive and West Bay Road, across from Foster’s Republix. This site replaces the Church of Christ.
West Bay South (WBS), Tent with air conditioning situated on vacant lot at 88 North West Point Rd. This site replaces John Gray Memorial United Church.


George Town North (GTN), Victory Tabernacle Church, 325 Eastern Ave.
George Town Central (GTC), George Town Primary School, 42 Gresscott Ln.
George Town West (GTW), Cayman Prep Kindergarten School, 242 Smith Rd.
George Town South (GTS), George Hicks High School Hall, 73 Academy Way.
George Town East (GTE), Red Bay Primary School, 271 Shamrock Rd.
Prospect (PROSP) Prospect Primary School, 169 Poindexter Rd.


Savannah/Newlands (SAV/NEW), Savannah Primary School, 1659 Shamrock Rd.
Bodden Town West (BTW), Agricultural Grounds, 199 Agricola Dr.
Bodden Town East (BTE), Bodden Town Primary School, 6 Condor Rd.


North Side (NS), North Side Primary School, 907 North Side Rd.


East End (EE), East End Civic Centre, 80 John McLean Dr.


Cayman Brac East (CBE), Creek Primary School, 28C Student Dr.
Cayman Brac East 2 (CBE2) Spot Bay Primary School, 107B Spot Bay Rd.
Cayman Brac West & Little Cayman (CBW&LC), West End Primary School, 10A West End Rd.

West Bay tent

Poles for polls: Workers raised two polling tents in West Bay on Saturday in preparation for Wednesday’s “one man, one vote” referendum. – Photo: Norma Connolly


  1. Chamber President, Kirk Kacalby is supporting anything and everyhing that will scew Caymanians into the ground and benefits everyone else. Look at their record.. Why is he not pressing Chamber business members to give jobs to Caymanians. This expressed ignorance by Ezzard and the media that the Chamber onboard somehow validates the value or approval rating of the OMOV and that it is good for Cayman is nothing but a falacy! and deceptive. Nothing could be further from the truth. HERE’S A REALAITY CHECK! The OMOV movers are not showing the Caymanian people both sides of the coin. Cayman is much too small for a One Man One Vote electoral system of voting. Maybe we need change but certainly not OMOV. If we were not outnumbered 3 to 1 by expats maybe we could take a chance but under the present circumstances where expats are the fastest growing demographics here in Cayman we had better not even remotely consider the OMOV. Reason: Expats already a force to be reckoned with by the thousands will control electoral boundaries by the thousands.

  2. Tiger,

    You should be ashamed of yourself promoting xenophobia, fear, hatred and division when you know your claims are false. We both know who is the father of lies and brings a spirit of fear and you are acting on his behalf.

    Expats cannot vote and cannot run for office. It doesn’t matter how many expat workers are here on permit. The fact is that they have no political rights here and you know it.

    You need to repent.

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