Elections officials happy to help

| 13/07/2012

vote here 2_1.jpg(CNS): Anyone who needs help on Referendum Day next Wednesday will be able to ask staff from the Elections Office, who will be posted outside all polling stations. Officers will be happy to answer any questions that voters will have about the process. Deputy Supervisor of Elections Colford Scott said anyone needing assistance can approach Elections Office staff at the tents at the entrance of the stations in the districts. Workers are clearly identified by official picture IDs issued by the Elections Office and white polo shirts marked “Elections Office Elections Officer” or “Elections Office Referendum”, surrounding the Cayman Islands crest. 

Scott said that Elections Office workers have been given an official register of electors and their respective polling divisions and are equipped to guide voters on where to vote and other voting-related issues.

Polling stations open at 7am Wednesday and stay open throughout the day, which is a public holiday, until 6pm in the evening. The count is expected to start around 7pm.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    don't worry, I'm sure those home repairs hand outs will cover that.

  2. Anonymous says:

    What alot a cleaning up in the Brac for Saturday events. Even the road workers from Little was brought up to clean up Watering Place, and it only shows up all those broken down homes even more.