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Reject All Forms of Political Violence

Jamaica has achieved significant gains in electoral reform and transformation over the last 30 years.

The country’s successes in this area stand as a model for many countries

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34,907 names added to November 2015 Voters List

November 30, 2015

KINGSTON, JAMAICA – The Electoral Commission of Jamaica (ECJ) today published the November 30 voters’ list with a total of 1,824,410 registered electors.

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September 30 registration deadline for next voters list

September 30 registration deadline for next voters’ list

2 September 2015


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KINGSTON, JAMIACA &ndas

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ECJ proposes dual elections as optional, not compulsory

ECJ proposes dual elections as optional, not compulsory

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3 August, 2015

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Electoral Commission of Jamaica (EC

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ECJ & NIA to host island-wide public forums

ECJ and NIA to host island wide public forums


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20 May 2015


KINGSTON, Jamaica— The Electoral Commission o

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Deputy Director of Elections Heads CARICOM Mission to Guyana Election

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06 May 2015

Deputy Director of Elections heads Observer Mission to Guyana Election

KINGSTON, Jamaica— Depu

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US university students attend forum at ECJ

 

Selected Commissioner Justice Karl

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NCU, Queen's win ECJ Adult Suffrage Debate

 

21 November 2014

KINGSTON, JAMAICA— Northern Caribbean University (NCU) and The Queen’s school yesterday emerged tertia

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Data Verification Exercise

Jamaica has achieved significant gains in electoral reform and transformation over the last 30 years.

The country’s successes in this area stand as a model for many countries

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ECJ News

March 06, 2014
Governor General Appoints Two New ECJ Commissioners

January 29, 2014
The Secrecy of the Vote

March 14, 2013
Birth Certificates

October 08, 2012
OAS Meeting

EVIBIS

Electronic Voter Identification and Ballot Issuing System (EVIBIS).

 

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Tel: (876)-922-0425-9
Toll Free: 1-888-991-VOTE (8683)
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