October 7, 2005

Vandals defacing voters’ list

Some people do not seem to appreciate the work of the Electoral Department.

Less than one week after the revised Voters’ List has been made public there are reports that the list is being vandalized.{{more}}

When contacted Supervisor of Elections Rodney Adams confirmed that this had taken place in one constituency.

“I will not say what constituency,” Adams stated.

He said there is a penalty of $750 or three months in prison for such an offence. The Voters’ List was displayed in constituencies across the state from September 28.