EOJ responds to public need

KINGSTON, Jamaica; In a effort to assist recipients of the Government of Jamaica’s CARE grant, the Electoral Office of Jamaica (EOJ) will be processing ‘Letters of Identity’ free of cost for electors on the current Voters’ List whose Voter ID card has been lost or stolen.


Effective May 13, electors may visit their EOJ Constituency Office or the Head Office at 43 Duke Street in Kingston between the hours of 9:00am and 3:00pm to request the temporary identification letter.  Electors who registered up to September 2019 (i.e. electors who are on the November 2019 Voters’ List) and have not yet collected their ID card may do so at the EOJ Constituency Office where they are registered.


This is the only service the EOJ is currently offering to the public, until further notice.


All persons visiting EOJ offices must wear a mask covering the nose and mouth, sanitize their hands upon entering offices and observe physical distancing as outlined by the Government of Jamaica.


Electors may contact the EOJ at (876) 922-0425-9, e-mail eojinfo@eoj.com.jm, follow on social media @ecjamaica or call their constituency office for more information.



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