The Supervisor of Elections wishes to bring to the attention of all business owners, candidates and electors to be aware of the following:
All proprietors of premises situated in the 6 electoral districts, to which liquor license has been issued under the Liquor Licensing Law are advised, that Elections will be held in each of these districts on Wednesday May 22, 2013. Therefore, no intoxicating liquor is allowed to be sold, offered for sale or given away at any of these premises between the opening of the polls at 7:00 A.M. and one hour after the close of the polls, which are scheduled to close at 6:00 P.M. (unless there are electors still in line to be polled). This applies to all hotels, restaurants, bars and duty-free outlets.
Employers are reminded that all electors in their employ who are working on election Day MUST be allowed a reasonable period for voting and no employer must make any deduction from the pay or other remuneration of any elector or impose or extract from that individual any penalty due to his or her absence.
No political advertisements, political broadcasting or political announcements are permitted on Election Day. All banners, posters and any other advertising materials must be removed by midnight on Tuesday May 21, 2013. The wearing of clothing which exhibit the image of any candidate or contains any printed statement supporting any candidate or political party will not be allowed within any polling precinct.
The list below, sorted alphabetically by last name, contains all electors that have been approved to vote by mobile polling in West Bay on Thursday May 16, 2013. If your name is not on this list you may not vote at the mobile station.
On Saturday May 4, 2013 elector registration cards will be distributed at Foster’s Food Fair Airport, George Town from 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. No cards will be printed at this location.
Also, on Saturday May 4, 2013 cards will be distributed and printed at Foster’s Food Fair Republix, West Bay from 9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
The Elections Office will cease production of electors registration cards as of Friday 10th May, 2013 in order to allow for identification cards to be provided to Elections Officers, Candidates, Agents and Observers.
The list below, sorted alphabetically by last name, contains all electors that have been approved to vote by mobile polling in George Town on Wednesday May 15, 2013. If your name is not on this list you may not vote at the mobile station.
There are 17 polling divisions situated throughout the six electoral districts. Once you register to vote and provide your street address the Elections Office will assign you to a polling division. On election day you will have to attend this assigned polling division and you will be directed to your polling station. The presiding officer, after you have shown your Elector Registration card or otherwise identified yourself, will provide you with a ballot paper. You will be instructed on election voting procedures. You will then enter a poll booth and mark your ballot paper by putting a X to the right of the candidate or candidates names that you are voting for. In the case of
· North Side you can vote for 1 candidate only
· East End you can vote for 1 candidate only
· Cayman Brac & Little Cayman you may vote for up to 2 candidates
· Bodden Town you may vote for up to 4 candidates
· West Bay you may vote for up to 4 candidates
· George Town you may vote for up to 6 candidates
You must hand your ballot paper to the presiding officer who will then detach the counterfoil and return the ballot paper to you for you to deposit it into the ballot box. After doing so, you will then leave the polling station through the referendum station.