Here’s a quick rundown of early voting for voters casting their ballots in the U.S. Virgin Islands before the runoff between incumbent Governor Mapp and newcomer Albert Bryan.
Early voting for Tuesday’s runoff election began today and will conclude on Sunday, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on St. Thomas and St. Croix, and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on St. John.
Residents can cast their ballot on all three islands starting today.
Registered voters can cast their vote in their respective districts.
On St. Croix, at the Sunny Isle Annex, Unit 4
On St. Thomas, at Lockhart Gardens above Banco Popular
On St. John, at Market Place Suite II
The runoff election between Gov. Kenneth Mapp and Democratic challenger Albert Bryan is scheduled Tuesday. After the November 6th election transformed into a runoff election, both Governor Mapp and Albert Bryan have received high profile endorsements on the campaign trail.
Can You Vote?
Can I vote in the November 20th runoff in the U.S. Virgin Islands if I wasn’t registered to vote before the November 6th General Election? No.
“Only those individuals who were qualified to vote for the November 6th election are eligible to vote in the November 20th run-off election, scheduled run-off election is a continuation of the general election that was held on November 6th and, pursuant to V.I.C. § 94(c), the Board must not register new voters between today and five days after the run-off election occurs,” Virgin Islands Attorney General, Claude Walker concluded.