Yes, if it is the first time you will be voting
A provisional ballot is used at the polls when an electors name is not found in the District Register. However, this ballot must be investigated by the Board of Elections.
- You can vote at your poll on Election Day from 7:00AM to 7:00PM
- You can vote by absentee ballot if you fall into one of the following categories:
- Member of the Armed Forces and Spouse or dependent.
- A student residing outside the Territory.
- An officer or employee of the Government of the V.I. or Government of the U.S.
- Unable to appear because of illness or physical disability (permanent or temporary).
- A patient in a hospital, nursing home or home for the aged.
Changing affiliation, name, address etc… must be done in person at any of the Election System’s office, by completing the necessary form.
Special Registration Issues:
If you are in the military you may contact the Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP). For further information or to obtain a Federal Post card Application (FPCA). Call 1-800-438-8683 or email the program at email@example.com. You can also contact the Election System of the Virgin Islands at 340-773-1021 or 340-774-3107.
You must be registered no later than 30 days prior to an election in which you wish to vote.
Yes, contact you district Election Office at one of the following numbers.
- St. Thomas – (340) 774-3107
- St. John – (340) 776-6535
- St. Croix – (340) 773-1021
The registration card is good as long as you are an active registered voter.
If you have not voted at the last two general elections your registration will be canceled.
The first I.D. card issued to you is free, but if you lose or misplace your I.D. card the second one will cost you twenty-five dollars ($25.00)
Seniors I.D. will cost you fifteen dollar ($15.00)
Law requires an I.D. be issued, but on Election Day you would be required to show a form of identification as a first time voter.
The Election System of the Virgin Islands is NOT allowed to represent any one party.