Mobile polling off to a good start in Cayman

Last day is in West Bay on 16 May

Mobile polling got off to a good start in Cayman Brac and Little Cayman on Friday, as well as in North Side and East End on Monday.  

With polling teams going to Bodden Town on Tuesday and George Town on Wednesday, West Bay voters who applied will get to cast their ballot on Thursday, 16 May. That day will be the first opportunity overseas observers have to view the process by which invalids or those with physical disabilities can vote in their own home. 

On Monday, there were 80 people who requested such service. Supervisor of Elections Kearney Gomez said only two of that number did not cast a ballot. 

Bodden Town had 54 voters requesting home visits, while 95 others were scheduled to attend the mobile voting station at their district civic centre. 

George Town has 92 voters at home and 117 going to the mobile voting station parked in the lot of the Smith Road Centre. 

West Bay has the most home visits scheduled – 147 voters have applied for the polling team to come to them, while 34 requested the option of voting at the mobile trailer, which will be parked near the district public library. 

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