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5,753 Early Voters Cast Their Votes as of October 21

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A steady flow of voters continues to exercise their right to vote as they use this opportunity during early voting for the 2022 General Election. Early voting began on Oct. 10 and will be held until Oct. 31. Supervisor of Elections Caroline Fawkes is urging the elderly, individuals with disabilities, and voters who are traveling, to please vote during early voting to avoid the lines on Election Day.

Voting hours on St. Croix and St. Thomas are from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Voting hours on St. John are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The early voting locations are:

  • District of St. Croix Elections Office, Sunny Isle Shopping Center Unit 26
  • District of St Croix, St. Joseph Church Hospitality Lounge
  • District of St. Thomas/St. John, Lockhart Gardens (Upstairs Banco Popular) on St. Thomas
  • District of St. Thomas/St. John, Tutu Park Mall on St. Thomas (former Scotia Bank location)
  • District of St. Thomas/St. John, Market Place Suite II on St. John

The number of electors who participated in early voting as of Friday, Oct. 21, is as follows: St. Thomas: 2,777; St. John: 181; St. Croix: 2,795 — a total of 5,753 votes territory-wide.

Voters are reminded they can cast their votes during the weekend. Hours and locations remain the same.

In closing, Supervisor Fawkes quotes Sharon Salzberg: “Voting is the expression of our commitment to ourselves, one another, this country and the world.”

It there are any questions or concerns, contact the Elections offices at 773-1021 (St. Croix Elections Office) or 774-3107 (St. Thomas Elections Office).

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