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St. Croix Elections Office Reopens for Manual Voter Registration

Elections System of the Virgin Islands

Supervisor of Elections Caroline Fawkes has announced, “Effective Monday, March 12, 2018, the St. Croix Office located in the Sunny Isles Annex, 4B, next to K-Mart Appliances and the Social Security Office, will reopen. We are still in the process of re-furnishing the office and getting our voting system functional; therefore, we can only offer manual registration (no Voter Registration Cards will be issued).”

Only one of the following documents listed below is required for voter registration:

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

*Copied documents will not be accepted.

Internet connectivity has been re-established in the St. John Elections Office at The Marketplace, according to Supervisor Fawkes. Registrants can now obtain a Voter Registration Card.

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If there are any questions, contact the St. Thomas office at 774-3107 or              Supervisor Fawkes via cell at: 227-8827 or email Elections Systems of the Virgin Islands at esvi.info@vi.gov

The website is www.vivote.gov.