As a result of heavy turnout in West Bay by voters applying for elector registration cards earlier this week, the Elections Office has changed its schedule for district visits.
Meanwhile, no new cards will be issued at the Elections Office until 23 April. Reprinted cards can be collected.
Technicians preparing the voter ID cards spent an extra day in West Bay on Tuesday and then devoted the next two days to Bodden Town. On Friday, 19 April, the civic centre in East End is the venue for voters in that district. Hours are 10am till 7pm.
Voters in North Side who need identification cards will be able to get them at the civic centre on Monday, 22 April, from 10am to 7pm.
Dates and times for Cayman Brac and Little Cayman remain as previously published: Friday, 19 April for the general public; Saturday, 20 April, for agents, candidates and election workers. Venue is the Aston Rutty Civic Centre, 9am to 4pm both days.
Supervisor of Elections Kearney Gomez advised all electors who have only just registered and those who did not previously apply for an electors registration card that no new cards will be issued at the Smith Road Centre until 23 April.
Only those voters who previously had cards may obtain replacement cards during this period. This arrangement is temporary due to the fact that the Elections Office’s technicians are out in the districts during this time.Electors are asked to be patient with the technicians, who only have one new printer and a few almost obsolete units, Mr. Gomez explained.