Barbuda Council election plan “progressing smoothly”

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Plans for the Barbuda Council election on March 27th are currently progressing smoothly, according to the Antigua and Barbuda Electoral Commission’s Public Relations Officer, Elisa Graham.
Graham said the Electoral Commission is nearing completion of the voting register and has already published the location of the polling stations.
“The Sir McChesney George Secondary School will be utilised as the polling station, with three different units,” she said.
She also reminded Barbudans of the need to have their voter identification cards on hand during the elections.
“Just like in the general elections and the referendum last year, voters will be required to present their voter identification cards for the Barbuda Council elections,” Graham said.
This year, the Council will only have four seats up for grabs, although there are 11 seats total on the local government body.
Members of the public will officially know the names of the candidates at the conclusion of nomination day on Friday.

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