ECJ Chairman retires after 19 years of service

KINGSTON, Jamaica; The Honourable Dorothy Pine-McLarty, Chairman of the Electoral Commission of Jamaica (ECJ), has retired after 19 years of service. Mrs. Pine-McLarty joined the Commission (then Electoral Advisory Committee) in December 2000 as a Selected Commissioner. In 2013, she was appointed Chairman of the ECJ, serving in that capacity

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Update on the Voter ID Renewal Process

The Electoral Commission of Jamaica is aware of the misinformation being circulated on social media regarding the renewal of Voter ID Cards. We announced in 2017, the two year extension of all voter ID cards and hasten to state that all ID Cards are still valid until December of this

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HOPE Programme helping EOJ Digitization

Successful summer programme exposed youth to the electoral process The Electoral Commission of Jamaica (ECJ) has engaged the Housing, Opportunity, Production and Employment (HOPE) programme workers in digitizing Registration Record Card (RRC) information for registered electors who make up the country’s voters’ list. Nine (9) individuals from the HOPE Programme

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