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Elections Office: Voters without masks can cast ballots

Elections Supervisor Wesley Howell has said voters who opt not to wear masks will not be turned away from polling stations on 14 April.

Howell: ‘A number of election complaints’ sent to police

Elections Supervisor Wesley Howell has confirmed his office has forwarded a number of complaints of election offences to the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service for investigation.

Three vote as postal ballots issued

Three individuals became the first to vote in the 14 April general election through postal ballots issued Monday by the Elections Office.

The Resh Hour with Elections Supervisor Wesley Howell

The Resh Hour with Elections Supervisor Wesley Howell as preparations for the 14 April general elections are officially underway.

Elections Office ‘optimistic’ quarantined electors can vote

The Elections Office released a statement Friday saying it will be able to find a way for those in isolation to safely cast their ballots in the 14 April general election.

The Resh Hour with Elections Supervisor Wesley Howell

On this week's episode of The Resh Hour, we sit down with Elections Supervisor Wesley Howell to talk about the upcoming election season, immigration and more.

Election Office COVID-19 plan in the works for May polls

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.

Voter registration ramping up

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.

Howell: Elections Office gears up for 2021 polls

Although the 2021 general election is almost a year away, elections officials are already figuring out how voting will take place if the COVID-19...

Uncertainty clouds voter eligibility for upcoming port referendum

The number of registered voters continues its steady increase, but it remains unclear how many people will be eligible to vote in the port referendum that hinges on which electors roll will be used.

Excluded port voters happy with delay

Newly registered voters welcome the court’s delaying of the 19 Dec. referendum on government's $200 million cruise berthing and cargo port project.

Elections Office will have to seek money for 2020 referendum

The Elections Office said it will have to seek more money from government for 2020 referendum.

Howell: Impact of Nat’l Trust legal action ‘uncertain’

Elections Office Supervisor Wesley Howell has said the impact of the National Trust court action on the port referendum is uncertain.

148 postal ballots dispatched

The first batch of postal ballots for the 19 Dec. referendum on government’s proposed $200 million cruise berthing and cargo project have been dispatched.

Q&A with Elections Supervisor Wesley Howell

Elections Supervisor Wesley Howell and his team have been hard at work getting ready for the historic Referendum Day. The Cayman Compass sat down with the Elections boss to find out what it takes to run a referendum.

Deceased voters will be removed for referendum poll

A total of 45 deceased voters are still on the 1 Oct. electors register, but Elections Supervisor Wesley Howell has confirmed that those deceased electors will be cleared off the voters list that is being used for the Referendum Day poll.

Saunders objects to single national count for referendum

Bodden Town West MLA Chris Saunders has raised the red flag on government’s proposal to have one national counting of ballots on Referendum Day. However, the Premier's Office said Government has carefully considered the matter and has determined that it is in the national interest to provide a national count for a referendum on a matter of national importance.

Referendum law debate looms

Local legislators are a week away from debating the provisions of the Referendum Bill that will set the stage for the first people-initiated vote in the Cayman Islands. The draft law allows for electors to have their say on government’s $200 million cruise berthing and cargo project on 19 Dec. The next session of the Legislative Assembly is set to formally open on 28 Oct. at 10am.

Bryan drops raffle from Referendum Day survey

George Town Central MLA Kenneth Bryan has withdrawn the raffle incentive from his planned Referendum Day survey. Bryan, the main organiser of the Caymanian Voice...

Deadline set for postal ballots

Nearly two dozen voters have signed up for postal ballots for the 19 Dec. referendum on government’s $200 million cruise berthing port and cargo project.

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