March 13, 2015
In preparation for the eventual use of Voter Identification Cards in future elections the Central Electoral Office is providing a facility, on Election Day, for voters to provide basic information to facilitate the achievement of this goal. On Election Day officials will be present, on the lawn of the Clayton J Lloyd International Airport to assist registered voters to update their information. The process is expected to take no more than five (5) minutes. A photograph will be taken of the registered voter and his/her date of birth recorded. Persons are requested to walk with a valid form of identification, which bears their date of birth.
It is expected that this exercise will greatly facilitate the implementation of a voter identification card system in the future. Registered voters are encouraged to participate in this exercise and thereby contribute to the modernising of our electoral processes.
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