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Featured / News / Politics / Virgin Islands / November 4, 2014

With the polls closed almost an hour ago, the VI Consortium wrapped up its day-long visit to polls across the St. Croix District at the Charles H. Emmanuel precinct, which meets at Educational Complex.

The election judge at the polling station, who did not wish to be identified, said as of 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday her site had passed its 50 percent mark, noting that 994 votes had already been cast out of the 1,954 registered voters assigned to vote there.

The election official went on to say that the day moved smoothly, but that the rain may have deterred many voters from coming out.

As for the requirement to place ballots into a secure holding box to be later scanned and tabulated by elections officials, the judge said some voters complained that the process was a bit tedious.


Cynthia Graham

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