In accordance with the Elections Act 1994 and amendments, the Deputy Supervisor of Elections shall assist the Supervisor of Elections in the discharge of her functions and perform such duties or exercise such powers as the Supervisor of Elections may direct.
Residents can log on to www.bvi.gov.vg and locate the Government tab on the left hand of the screen. Once the drop down list appears residents should scroll down to the Elections tab then select the 2015 Preliminary Voter’s List.
The Supervisor of Elections is informing the public that in accordance with Section 18 (6) of the Elections Act 1994 and Amendments, the Preliminary Voters’ List is available for inspection for a period of four days from May 11 to 14.
The Office of the Supervisor of Elections is reminding the public that after the dissolution of the House of Assembly, eligible persons will only have two days to register to vote for the upcoming general election. an>continue until the end of the working day on Tuesday, May 5.
The Office of the Supervisor of Elections is reminding the public that continuous voter registration is in effect. All persons who are eligible to be registered as voters are reminded that they should register by applying to the Supervisor of Elections under Section 6(1) and 14 of the Elections Act, 1994, No. 16 of 1994.
The public is being reminded that continuous voter registration is in effect and all persons who are now eligible to be registered as voters should apply to the Supervisor of Elections.
Application Forms may be obtained at the Office of the Supervisor of Elections and from the post offices at East End, Road Town, West End, Carrot Bay and Cane Garden Bay on Tortola. On Virgin Gorda, application forms are available at the Post Offices in North Sound and the Valley.