Voter ID cards issued this week

Voters may also get cards from Elections Office in Smith Road Centre

On Tuesday, 16 April, Elections Office staff will be at the Bodden Town Civic Centre from 10am to 7pm to issue elector identification cards, also known as voter registration cards. 

Registered voters whose cards have expired may pick up their new card. Newly registered voters may have their photo taken and also get their card. 

The team will be in East End on Wednesday, 17 April, at the East End Civic Centre. 

North Side voters may get their cards on Thursday, 18 April, at the North Side Civic Centre. 

Officials will attend both districts from 10am to 7pm. 

The team travels to Cayman Brac for two days so that voters in the general public from the constituencies of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman may get their identification cards on Friday, 19 April, between 9am and 4pm at the Aston Rutty Civic Centre. 

On Saturday, 20 April, identification cards will be issued to elections staff, candidates and agents, same venue, same hours. 

West Bay was the first district to receive this service, with the Elections Office team working out a trailer in the public library parking lot on Monday, 15 April. 

George Town voters, as well as voters from all districts, may get their cards by going to the Elections Office identification station in the lobby of the Smith Road Centre between 9am and 4.30pm, Monday through Friday. 

Having a voter’s registration card will help make the voting process run smoothly and more quickly on election day, 22 May. Should any elector not have such a card, it is essential that he or she carry some other form of photo identification to the polling station. Examples would be a passport, driver’s licence or employee identification. 

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