Business Rate-Payer Registration Closes Today

April 3, 2019

The City of Hamilton is reminding those City tax-payers that own or occupy commercial property in the City that they must register in order to cast their vote in the May 9th municipal election. Registration will close today, Wednesday, April 3rd at 5pm.

“Registration for the business-rate-payers is not automatic. No registrations or changes to the register will be accepted after this date. If business rate-payers have not registered by this time, they will not be afforded the right to vote. Registration forms can be obtained from the Parliamentary Registrar’s office in the Craig Appin House on Wesley Street,” the City said.

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“Those businesses that were registered to vote in the 2015 municipal election are encouraged to confirm their registration with the Parliamentary Registrar’s office by visiting their website at under the Municipal Elections heading or by calling their offices at 293-VOTE [8683].

“Businesses must also amend their registration if they wish to or need to appoint a new nominee. Business rate-payers must ensure that their nominee appointed to vote on their behalf will be on island on May 9th [Polling Day] in order to vote. Nominees for companies must be listed on the Parliamentary Register.

“The City’s Resident rate-payers are automatically registered to vote if their name and address appear on the Parliamentary Register as resident in the City. Anyone who has recently moved to the City or residents that have turned eighteen since the last parliamentary election should be sure they are on the register with the correct information.”

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