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August 21, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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A total of 437,692 voters are now registered for the 2014 elections.

This provisional total was achieved after 4,233 voters got registered across different Voter Registration Centres across the country yesterday.

The Central Division recorded the highest turnout of 2,227 while 1,965 registered in the Western, 41 in the Northern and none registered in the Eastern Division.

To date, 171,580 voters have been registered in the Central Division, 166, 182 in the Western, 76,371 in the Northern and 21,332 in the Eastern Division.

With the Electronic Voter Registration (EVR) ending this month, the Elections Office is urging people to come forward and register themselves.

By Reginald Chandar



 

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