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Electoral Boundary Commission Meetings

Community Notices 03 Jul, 2023 Follow News

Electoral Boundary Commission Meetings

The Electoral Boundary Commission will host a series of community meetings from July 4 to 6 to propose the constituency boundaries and provide insight as to how they are determined. The public is invited to attend and participate in the meetings by sharing their comments on the proposed boundaries.

The Commission advised that of the 19 constituencies, 15 of these are affected by the proposed boundaries due to population growth experienced over the last 8 years. The districts of Bodden Town, and George Town to an extent, have been impacted the most. For countries that have adopted the single member constituencies it is common practice for these to be reviewed periodically in observation of population shifts.

Chairman of the Electoral Boundary Commission, Dr Lisa Handley explained, “The Commissioners have extensively reviewed census population data, toured the constituencies, and have held a series of public hearings to gather views from Caymanians about the process and potential outcomes.”

There is a possibility that a voter’s constituency may change should the proposed electoral map be approved by Parliament. In the event of this taking place, the Elections Office will advise the affected voters.

Meeting Dates and Locations:

Tuesday, July 4, 2023

7:00 – 9:00 pm

West Bay Electoral Districts

Sir John A Cumber Primary School Hall

Wednesday, July 5, 2023

7:00 – 9:00 pm

George Town Electoral Districts

George Town Public Library

Thursday, July 6, 2023

7:00 – 9:00 pm

Bodden Town, North Side and East End Electoral Districts

Theoline L. McCoy Primary School (Bodden Town Primary)


The meetings will also be available via Zoom and on the Cayman Islands Elections Office Facebook page. Zoom meeting link https://gov-ky.zoom.us/j/85198614920 , meeting ID: 851 9861 4920.

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