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Governor Martyn Roper confirmed Tuesday that there will be no international election observers coming to Cayman to oversee the 2021 general elections.
As political meetings increase Cayman's Standards in Public Life Commission has called on candidates who set sights on the House of Parliament to follow ethical principles on the campaign trail and in office.
Eligible voters turned out in their numbers at the Elections Office Wednesday to get signed up to cast their ballots in May's general election.
Cayman currently has 1,014 more voters on its electoral roll than it had for the 2017 general election, according to the latest statistics from the Elections Office.
Election Supervisor Wesley Howell has said his team is working on contingency plans for the May general election, which includes increased use of early voting and social distancing procedures to guard against any spread of COVID-19.
Elections Supervisor Wesley Howell said he has seen an increase in voters signing up to get on the electors’ roll for the 2021 elections and he’s attributing it to community activity.