Municipal Elections To Be Held On May 11th

March 30, 2023

Ordinary Municipal Elections for the Corporations of Hamilton and St. George’s will be held on May 11, 2023.

A spokesperson said, “There will be a 7-day registration period for Municipal Residents and Business Ratepayers starting today. Registration will close at 5 p.m. on Thursday, April 6, 2023.

“Business Ratepayers can check their registration details on our website at If the registration details are correct and there are no changes, no further action is needed. If changes need to be made to a current registration or you would like to register a new Business Ratepayer, registration forms are available at the Parliamentary Registry, located on the 3rd floor of Craig Appin House.

“Municipal Residents can confirm their registration details on the Parliamentary Register either online or by coming to the Parliamentary Registry. If the registration details are correct no further action is needed. Any changes to municipal residents can be made using the change forms on our website.

“All Municipal Election update will be available on the website at or by calling 293-VOTE.”

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  1. Joe Bloggs says:

    What is the point? I have no doubt that the PLP Government is currently working on an alternative plan to take possession of and then sell off the Hamilton waterfront

  2. Marine Life says:

    The Government needs to STAY OUT of city affairs. What of other cities in the world? Take our biggest Gateway, New York City. Does New York State run NYCity? No! The city dictates its own revenue, infrastructure, building height, and the list goes on.
    If this wannabe Government takes over the city, the city will go into deplorable state. The government can’t take proper care of the Island forget about the city. The government needs to stop some of its stupid ideas and act on what they should be doing , serving the Public-at-large. But, really, that is way too much to ask for.