West Bay voters need to check voting locations

| 15/07/2012

poling staiton sign (213x300).jpg(CNS): Although most people will voting at the same polling stations in Wednesday’s referendum as at the last general election as a result of some venues being used for other things in West Bay the elections office is reminding voters in that district that they will need to check the alternate location for where they should vote. Voters registered in West Bay Central will be voting as normal at the John A. Cumber Primary School, 44 Fountain Road but other West Bay voters will be polled at different sites. Constituents in West Bay NorthWest (WBNW) who would normally vote at New Testament Church of God – on Boatswain Bay Road are being redirected to the Presbyterian Church of Boatswain Bay on the same road.

Meanwhile, voters in West Bay East (WBE) will be voting on the vacant lot across from Foster’s Republix West Bay on the corner of Willie Farrington Drive & West Bay Road instead of the Church of Christ at Batabano Road and registered voters in West Bay South  (WBS) are to vote at the front of 88A North West Point Road and not the John Gray United Church Hall.

All other voters across Cayman are asked to go to the same polling station for the Referendum as they did for the 2009 General election.

All polling stations open at 7am and remain open until 6pm and all registered voters are encouraged to come out and exercise their democratic right. As a result of the referendum only being binding if more than 50% plus one of the electorate vote anyone who believes in one man, one vote but remains home will in effect be adding to the ‘No’ vote.

See polling locations posted below

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  1. Anonymous says:

    I applaud Elvis for a job well done at Capt Moses meeting last night. He is certainly right, after all ju ju has about 200 single votes lined up every time. Then on looking at the UDP meeting tonight by view of television ju ju kept plugging that Mack is not wanted and thats the reason the PPM is urging us to vote yes. But let me tell her that she is very much NOT WANTED. Mack is still more wanted than she.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Wha? Bush church’s na gon let us vote there???

  3. Anonymous says:

    Is this on purpose!

  4. Anonymous says:

    It occurs to me that there is one man onevote in action on this referendum.