U.S.V.I. residents who are United States citizens can register to vote in local elections.
Suffrage - minimum age 18 years old.
Registered USVI voters cannot vote for president or vice president.
Persons voting in local U.S.V.I elections cannot vote in elections back on the mainland.
You must be a resident to register to vote in the USVI. Residency status for voting purposes is granted after 90 days of living on island.
Registering to vote is free. You will be required to present your social security card, a proof of citizenship in the form of a US passport of an original birth certificate.
For more information contact the Election Office at (340) 774-3107.
Governor and lieutenant governor elected on the same ticket by popular vote for four-year terms.
Unicameral Senate - 15 seats, members are elected by popular vote to serve two year terms.
Political parties include Democratic Party, Independent Citizens Movement or ICM and Republican Party.
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