Mr. Elvin Bailey
Supervisor of Elections
Office of the Attorney General
Who We Are
The Electoral Office operates under the aegis of the Office of the Attorney General. However, its operations are subject to the Constitutional guidance of the Supervisor of Elections who is an independent constitutional functionary who in turn is supervised by an independent Electoral Commission, comprised as follows:
- Mr. Nassibou Butler Chairman
- Mr. O’Grenville Browne Member
- Mr. Jason Hamilton Member
The activities of the Electoral Office are in keeping with the functional duties of the Supervisor of Elections supported by specially appointed Registration Officers.
The entire electoral process is governed by the provisions outlined in the Constitution of St. Kitts and Nevis and The National Assembly Elections Act (Cap 2.01) of the Laws of St. Kitts and Nevis.
There are two office locations in St. Kitts and Nevis: one in Basseterre on St. Kitts and one in Charlestown on Nevis; managed by an Officer in Charge and Office Manager, respectively, with staff complement totaling six (6) and three (3), respectively.
Our Mission Statement
One Person, One Vote, In the Right Place, and Fairness to All.
What We Do
Enrolment of Voters; Issuance of National Identification Cards; Preparation of Registers and Lists of Voters; Publication of Lists of Voters; Procuring and Managing all of the materials involved in the Conduct of Voting in any Election or Referendum; Collating All Documents and Other Information related to the electoral process
How We Are Financed
The operations of the Electoral Office are financed by budgetary allocations via the Office of the Attorney General as outlined in the Annual Estimates and Budget of the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis.
How We Serve the Public
We render our service by:
(a)Facilitating and Managing the Enrolment/Voter Registration Process; (b) Documenting, compiling and storing all relevant information pertaining to enrolments by voters, (Monthly lists, Revised Monthly Lists); (c) Publication of lists in concert with Registration Officers; (d) Taking Photograph of Every Person Enrolling to be a Voter; (e) Compilation and publication of the Annual Register in concert with the Supervisor of Elections; (f) Providing logistical support to the Supervisor of Elections in the conduct of any Election or Referendum.
Who We Mostly Interact With
(a) Persons enrolling to be registered as Voters
(b) Registration Officers
(c) Agents of Political Parties or Candidates
(d) Registrar of Deaths
(e) Members of the Public
(f) The media
How You May Interact With Us
You may visit our offices in Basseterre or Charlestown to conduct any related business. In order to engage in the process of enrolment, you should bring along one (1) form of government issued identification.
See REGISTRATION Procedure HERE
See LIST OF FORMS (Registration) HERE
See Schedule to the Election Registration Regulations HERE
See LIST OF FORMS (General) HERE
See Schedule to the National Assembly Elections Act HERE
- Monthly Lists of Enrolments
- Revised Monthly Lists of Enrolments
- Annual Register of Voters
We Encourage Feedback (from Public and Stakeholders)
You may provide feedback (inquiry, query, suggestion) at any time via the following modes:
- Write a Letter
- Phone in to our office
- Walk in and interact with our staff