Mobile Voting is Underway.

| 23rd March 2021 | 2 Comments

Teams from the Elections Office hit the road this morning, Monday, 22 March, to facilitate the first votes in the 2021 General Election conducted via mobile voting.

Election Office officials were in the electoral districts of West Bay where pre-approved voters who couldn’t, for whatever reason, attend a polling station on Election Day were able to cast their ballots beforehand.

The team were expected to poll 42 voters in West Bay North, 11 voters in West Bay West, 25 in West Bay South and 72 voters in West Bay Central.

“All our processes worked very well this morning to ensure election officials and agents were in place, ready to begin accepting votes at the prescribed times. Elections Office teams have all received the required training and I am confident we will see on Election Day, the same level of professionalism, dedication and care as we’ve seen today,” commented the Supervisor of Elections, Wesley Howell.

For the remaining week, mobile teams will be active in the following districts on the following dates.

  • Tuesday, 23 March – Bodden Town East, Bodden Town West, Newlands and Savannah.
  • Wednesday, 24 March – George Town South, Prospect and George Town North.
  • Thursday, 25 March – Red Bay, George Town West, George Town East and George Town Central.
  • Friday, 26 March – North Side and East End.

Persons approved for home visits can expect the polling teams between 9am and 6pm, persons voting in person at the static mobile locations can do so between 9am and 1pm.

The deadline for mobile voting applications is Tuesday, 6 April. Forms are available on www.elections.ky.

The second round of mobile voting will be held on 8 and 9 April.

The full list of mobile voting days for each electoral district including poll locations is listed below.

Electoral DistrictPolling LocationPolling AddressMobile Voting Day/sBetween 8am and 1pm
West Bay NorthFirst Assembly of God Church Hall100 Finch Drive, West BayMonday, 22 MarchFriday, 9 April
West Bay WestWest Bay Public Library204 Rev. Blackman Road, West BayMonday, 22 MarchFriday, 9 April
West Bay CentralThe Church of God at West Bay Hall108 Capt. Reginald Parsons Drive, West BayMonday, 22 MarchFriday, 9 April
West Bay SouthJohn Gray Memorial United Church Hall26 West Church Street, West BayMonday, 22 MarchFriday, 9 April
George Town NorthSt. George’s Anglican Church Hall66 Courts Road, George TownWednesday, 24 MarchThursday, 8 April
George Town CentralElmslie Memorial United Church Hall48B Harbour Drive, George TownThursday, 25 MarchThursday, 8 April
George Town WestChurch of God Universal Church Hall2 Dorset Road (off Walkers Road), George TownThursday, 25 MarchThursday, 8 April
George Town SouthSouth Sound Community Centre1012 South Church Street, George TownWednesday, 24 MarchThursday, 8 April
George Town EastAgape Family Worship Centre Hall50B Fairbanks Road, George TownThursday, 25 MarchThursday, 8 April
Red BaySeafarers Hall11 Victory Avenue, George TownThursday, 25 MarchThursday, 8 April
ProspectMoravian Church Hall497 Poindexter Road, George TownWednesday, 24 MarchThursday, 8 April
SavannahSavannah United Church Hall17 Astral Way, Bodden TownTuesday, 23 MarchFriday, 9 April
NewlandsInternational College of the Cayman Islands595 Hirst Road, Bodden TownTuesday, 23 MarchFriday, 9 April
Bodden Town WestAgricultural Grounds Pavilion199 Lottery Road, Bodden TownTuesday, 23 MarchFriday, 9 April
Bodden Town EastWebster Memorial United Church Hall266 Bodden Town Road, Bodden TownTuesday, 23 MarchFriday, 9 April
North SideCraddock Ebanks Civic Centre923 North Side Road, North SideFriday, 26 MarchThursday, 8 April
East EndWilliam Allen McLaughlin Civic Centre80 John McLean Drive, East EndFriday, 26 MarchThursday, 8 April
Cayman Brac West & Little CaymanAston Rutty Centre264 Ashton Reid Drive, Cayman BracFriday, 9 AprilN/A
Little Cayman onlyPublic Works Department Workers Building204 Spot Bay Road, Little CaymanThursday, 8 AprilN/A
Cayman Brac EastVeteran’s & Seaman’s Society of Cayman Brac & Little Cayman Centre205 Ashton Reid Drive, Cayman BracThursday, 8 AprilN/A

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John Fleming is the Editor in Chief at Real Cayman News. He found RCN in 2020, to be a young voice in Cayman Media. John likes to write about Politics, Current Affairs, Education, Community and Health. You can contact John at 925 5511 or john.fleming@realcaymannews.com

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  1. T. Merren says:

    What if there was voter fraud like there was in the US?

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