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News / Politics / Virgin Islands / November 11, 2014

As part of its efforts to prepare for a possible Run-Off Election between the Mapp-Potter and Christensen-Ottley gubernatorial teams, the Virgin Islands Elections System is reopening voter registration.

Supervisor Caroline Fawkes announced that registration will be open through Wednesday, Nov. 12, as the Run-Off Election could take place on November 18. Voters who register during this period are eligible to vote in the Run-Off.

Items required for voter registration, include:

  • Birth Certificate or
  • Passport (United States) or
  • Military Discharge form (DD214) or
  • Naturalization Certificate

Original documents must be presented, as photocopied documents will not be accepted.

Registration will resume again on November 23.


Elections Offices

ST. Croix

Sunny Isle Annex Unit 4

(340) 773-1021


St. Thomas

9200 Lockhart Gardens

(340) 774-3107


St. John

Estate Enighed

(340) 776-2391


Cynthia Graham

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