With just two more days of early voting left, Supervisor of Elections Caroline Fawkes is urging the public to take advantage of the final days. Early Voting for the 2019 Special Election will continue through Friday, March 22, at all Election Offices in both districts (St. Croix and St. Thomas-St. John). The hours for early voting are from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
•St. Croix Office
Sunny Isle Annex Unit 4 (adjacent to Social Security)
•St. Thomas Office
9200 Lockhart Gardens (above Banco Popular)
•St. John Office
Market Place Suite II
The number of electors who have participated in Early Voting from Saturday, March 16, to date are: St. Thomas – 485, St. Croix – 596 and St. John – 70, for a total of 1,151 early voters. The 2019 Special Election will be held on Saturday, March 30. The goal of the Elections System is to ensure a fair, accessible and transparent election.
Based on the number of registered voters (51,741), 50 percent plus one equates to 25,872 registered voters.
Supervisor Fawkes quoted, “There’s no such thing as a vote that doesn’t matter.” ― Barack Obama