Three more days to register

There are just three more days to register for eligible persons who wish to vote in the May 2013 general elections.

The Elections Office is open for normal business hours on Friday, 28 December. On Saturday, 29 December, Registering Officers will again set up a station in the ground floor lobby of the Smith Road Centre, 150 Smith Road, from 10am to 4pm.

The final date for registration is Wednesday , 2 January 2013. Registering Officers will be available until midnight on that date and the Elections Office will again have a registration station downstairs in the lobby of the Smith Road Centre, also open until midnight.

The office will be closed on Sunday, Monday (New Year’s Eve) and Tuesday, (New Year’s Day).

The Registering Officer for Cayman Brac and Little Cayman will be at Brac Executive Services from 9am until 12 midnight on 2 January.

Voters who are already registered do not need to register again. However, for those who have changed their names, occupations or street addresses since being registered, this is the final opportunity to complete a Form 13 to update their particulars.

Also, Supervisor of Elections Kearney Gomez emphasized, this is the final call for those who have changed districts to ensure that they are registered in the correct electoral district.

Individuals who have Caymanian Status and have not been naturalized, but are otherwise qualified, may register to vote. Naturalization is not a prerequisite to qualify.

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  1. WHY not extend the time line for couple more months I know it’s a long process to get things in order but hire more staff when that time comes. DON’T rush us we need more time we Caymanians leave everything to the last minute. WHICH is a bad habit I agree and thank you for the push but give us more time to register. Have anyone looked into making this voting thing mandatory..