Grenada shares update on voter identification card ahead of general elections 

As per the press release of the government of Grenada, “The Parliamentary Elections Office (PEO) wishes to advise that the ONLY form of the identification that shall be presented on election day is the voter identification card issued by the Parliamentary Elections Office.”

PM Mitchell urges Grenadines to exercise democratic right to vote in general elections
PM Mitchell urges Grenadines to exercise democratic right to vote in general elections

Grenada: As the general elections of Grenada are scheduled to be held on June 23, 2022, the government of the Caribbean country has shared an update on the voter identification card on the day of the general elections. Through the press release, the government has informed the people about the only form of identification that will be presented on the respective day of the elections. 

As per the press release of the government of Grenada, “The Parliamentary Elections Office (PEO) wishes to advise that the ONLY form of the identification that shall be presented on election day is the voter identification card issued by the Parliamentary Elections Office.”

A registered voter, who is enabled to produce his/her voter identification card, shall be given a ballot paper once he/she satisfies the Presiding Officer:

a) that he or she has not been issued an identification card; or

b) that he or she has been issued with an identification card which is lost or destroyed.

The PEO has also wished to assure the public that all voter identification cards have been processed and are ready for collection. Registered voters who have not gathered their cards are asked to do so in person before election day to avoid day on polling day.

It concluded and asked the citizens to be guided as per the instructions by the PEO, as it is the only source of information.

It stated, “The public is advised that your official source of election information is the PEO; therefore, you are asked to be guided accordingly.”