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OFFICIAL ELECTION EVENTS CALENDAR 2000

Election System of the Virgin Islands
The Battery, St. John, V.I.
P.O. Box 6038 St. Thomas, V. I. 00801-6038
Phone(340) 776-6535 Fax (340) 776-2391
Office hours: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday
Registration hours: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
July 1 – Forms for filing nomination petitions/papers available at all Election System Offices St. Thomas, St. John and St.
Croix.
July 9 – First day to circulate nomination petitions/papers. (18 vic 345(d)

August 1 – First day on which nomination petitions/papers may be filed, after 12:00 noon. (18 VIC 410)
August 8 – Last day on which nomination petitions/papers may be filed, 5:00 p.m. (18 vic 410)
August 10 – Last day for registration. (18 vic 94)

August 10 – First day for examination of voting machines and instruction in use of electronic voting machines. (18 VIC 504)
August 10 – last day to investigate all questions relating to registration of electors. (18 vic 92(1)
August 10 – Last day for change of enrollment of political party and cancellation of party enrollment. (18 vic 108)
August 10 – Deadline for persons whose application to be registered has been denied to petition the board of elections for review of the matter. (18 vic 103)
August 10 – Deadline for qualified electors to petition the boards of elections to cancel the registration of any registered elector for cause shown. (18 vic 113)
August 10 – Appointment of election officers (18 vic 151(a)
August 10 – Deadline for receipt of removal notices and transfer of registration. (18 vic 106 & 107)
August 13 – Deadline for withdrawal of nominated candidates. (18 vic 413).
August 14 – Casting of lots for position of names upon the official primary ballot. (18 vic 351)
August 14 – Deadline for receipt in writing by the supervisor of elections of their shortened form on which candidates whose name contains more than twenty-two (22) letters should be listed in the ballot. (18 vic 501).
August 14 – Deadline for candidates for the same office with similar last surnames to request in writing that the occupation or residence be printed opposite his/her name on the ballot. (18 vic 511).
August 14 – Notice of primary election due. (18 vic 551)certification of nominees by the supervisor of elections (18 vic 420)
August 19 – Deadline for filing substitute nomination certificates and papers. (18 vic 416)
August 25 – Last day for examination of voting machines and instruction in use of electronic voting machines. (18 vic 504).
August 25 – deadline for receipt by the supervisor of election of applications for absentee ballots for the primary election. (18 vic 664)
August 28 – First day to receive application for absentee ballots. (General Election)
August 30 – Deadline for appeals to the district court by persons whose claim for registration were denied or whose previous registration was canceled and who has exhausted all administrative remedies. (18 vic 119)
August 30 – testing of electronic voting machines and tabulating equipment, certification by boards. Open to general public and media. (18 vic 506)
September 9 – Primary election day. (18 vic 232)

September 11 – Casting of lots for position of names upon the official election ballot. (18 vic 419)
September 14 – Deadline for political parties to submit to the supervisor of election a party emblem to be entered on the format of the ballot as it shall appear on the electronic voting machine.(18 vic 491)
September 14 – Registrars in the election system of the virgin islands, commence registration. (18 vic 91)
September 14 – In case of a tie vote at the primary election, the candidate receiving the tie vote shall cast lots before the supervisor of election at 12:00 noon. (18 vic 358)
October 8 – Last day for registration. (18 vic 94)
October 8 – First day for examination of voting machines and instruction in use of electronic voting machines. (18 vic 504)
October 8 – Last day to investigate all questions relating to registration of electors. (18 vic 92(1)
October 8 – Deadline for receipt of removal notices and transfer of registration. (18 vic 106 & 107)
October 8 – Last day for change of enrollment of political party and cancellation of party enrollment. (18 vic 108)
October 13 – Deadline for persons whose application to be registered has been denied to petition the board of elections for review of the matter. (18 vic 103)
October 13 – Appointment of election officers (18 vic 151(a)
October 13 – Deadline for qualified electors to petition the boards of elections to cancel the registration of any registered elector for cause shown. (18 vic 113)
October 16 – Official public notice of general election due. (18 vic 551)

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October 18 – Last day for examination of voting machines and instruction in use of electronic voting machines. (18 vic 504)
October 19 – Deadline for receipt by the supervisor of election of applications for absentee ballots for the general election. (18 vic 664)
October 23 – Deadline for appeals to the district court by persons whose claim for registration were denied or whose previous registration was canceled and who has exhausted all
administrative remedies. (18 vic 119)
October 23 – Testing of electronic voting machines and tabulating equipment, certification by boards. Open to general public and media. (18 vic 506)
November 7 – General election day. (18 vic 231)
November 21 – Run-off election day. (Revised organic act of 1954, sec., 11 re: gov.-lt gov.; p.l. 92-271 re: delegate to house of representatives)
November 27 – Registrars in the election system of the virgin islands, commence registration. (18 vic 91)

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Election System of the Virgin Islands
The Battery, St. John, V.I.
P.O. Box 6038 St. Thomas, V. I. 00801-6038
Phone(340) 776-6535 Fax (340) 776-2391
Office hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday
Registration hours: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
July 1 - Forms for filing nomination petitions/papers available at all Election System Offices St. Thomas, St. John and St.
Croix.
July 9 - First day to circulate nomination petitions/papers. (18 vic 345(d)

August 1 - First day on which nomination petitions/papers may be filed, after 12:00 noon. (18 VIC 410)
August 8 - Last day on which nomination petitions/papers may be filed, 5:00 p.m. (18 vic 410)
August 10 - Last day for registration. (18 vic 94)

August 10 - First day for examination of voting machines and instruction in use of electronic voting machines. (18 VIC 504)
August 10 - last day to investigate all questions relating to registration of electors. (18 vic 92(1)
August 10 - Last day for change of enrollment of political party and cancellation of party enrollment. (18 vic 108)
August 10 - Deadline for persons whose application to be registered has been denied to petition the board of elections for review of the matter. (18 vic 103)
August 10 - Deadline for qualified electors to petition the boards of elections to cancel the registration of any registered elector for cause shown. (18 vic 113)
August 10 - Appointment of election officers (18 vic 151(a)
August 10 - Deadline for receipt of removal notices and transfer of registration. (18 vic 106 & 107)
August 13 - Deadline for withdrawal of nominated candidates. (18 vic 413).
August 14 - Casting of lots for position of names upon the official primary ballot. (18 vic 351)
August 14 - Deadline for receipt in writing by the supervisor of elections of their shortened form on which candidates whose name contains more than twenty-two (22) letters should be listed in the ballot. (18 vic 501).
August 14 - Deadline for candidates for the same office with similar last surnames to request in writing that the occupation or residence be printed opposite his/her name on the ballot. (18 vic 511).
August 14 - Notice of primary election due. (18 vic 551)certification of nominees by the supervisor of elections (18 vic 420)
August 19 - Deadline for filing substitute nomination certificates and papers. (18 vic 416)
August 25 - Last day for examination of voting machines and instruction in use of electronic voting machines. (18 vic 504).
August 25 - deadline for receipt by the supervisor of election of applications for absentee ballots for the primary election. (18 vic 664)
August 28 - First day to receive application for absentee ballots. (General Election)
August 30 - Deadline for appeals to the district court by persons whose claim for registration were denied or whose previous registration was canceled and who has exhausted all administrative remedies. (18 vic 119)
August 30 - testing of electronic voting machines and tabulating equipment, certification by boards. Open to general public and media. (18 vic 506)
September 9 - Primary election day. (18 vic 232)

September 11 - Casting of lots for position of names upon the official election ballot. (18 vic 419)
September 14 - Deadline for political parties to submit to the supervisor of election a party emblem to be entered on the format of the ballot as it shall appear on the electronic voting machine.(18 vic 491)
September 14 - Registrars in the election system of the virgin islands, commence registration. (18 vic 91)
September 14 - In case of a tie vote at the primary election, the candidate receiving the tie vote shall cast lots before the supervisor of election at 12:00 noon. (18 vic 358)
October 8 - Last day for registration. (18 vic 94)
October 8 - First day for examination of voting machines and instruction in use of electronic voting machines. (18 vic 504)
October 8 - Last day to investigate all questions relating to registration of electors. (18 vic 92(1)
October 8 - Deadline for receipt of removal notices and transfer of registration. (18 vic 106 & 107)
October 8 - Last day for change of enrollment of political party and cancellation of party enrollment. (18 vic 108)
October 13 - Deadline for persons whose application to be registered has been denied to petition the board of elections for review of the matter. (18 vic 103)
October 13 - Appointment of election officers (18 vic 151(a)
October 13 - Deadline for qualified electors to petition the boards of elections to cancel the registration of any registered elector for cause shown. (18 vic 113)
October 16 - Official public notice of general election due. (18 vic 551)

October 18 - Last day for examination of voting machines and instruction in use of electronic voting machines. (18 vic 504)
October 19 - Deadline for receipt by the supervisor of election of applications for absentee ballots for the general election. (18 vic 664)
October 23 - Deadline for appeals to the district court by persons whose claim for registration were denied or whose previous registration was canceled and who has exhausted all
administrative remedies. (18 vic 119)
October 23 - Testing of electronic voting machines and tabulating equipment, certification by boards. Open to general public and media. (18 vic 506)
November 7 - General election day. (18 vic 231)
November 21 - Run-off election day. (Revised organic act of 1954, sec., 11 re: gov.-lt gov.; p.l. 92-271 re: delegate to house of representatives)
November 27 - Registrars in the election system of the virgin islands, commence registration. (18 vic 91)