Wednesday, March 20 | Island Council Elections 2019

Your vote counts!

Who can vote?

Who can vote?

Citizens with the Dutch nationality; or citizens who possess a nationality of another country and on 4 February stayed for 5 years without interruption legally on Bonaire. For both....
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How to vote?

How to vote?

You can vote with your own voting pass. You will receive this by mail no later than 14 days before the elections. If you are going to vote, you must also bring along a valid proof of identity in addition to your voting pass (es). For this ....
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Why vote?

Why vote?

By voting you choose your own representatives and you influence the choices that are made on Bonaire. In this way you have influence by who and how Bonaire is controlled.
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The Future
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 of Bonaire

On March 20, 2019, there are island council elections. The Island Council decides on your living environment: from good roads to a lively center and from conservation of nature to safe living. The Main Polling Station will help you on the road to vote.

This website contains all information about voting and the participating political parties. On the special Facebook page the political parties tell about their point of view and residents can share their opinions.

In addition to the Island Council Elections, the elections for the Electoral College will also take place on 20 March 2019. That is why you will soon receive two voting passes. More information about voting for the Electoral College can be found on the website of the Rijksdienst Caribisch Nederland.

DAY OF CANDIDACY

The candidates are known.

Facebook is the most used social media channel on Bonaire. In order to inform the population about the elections in various ways, we have created the Facebook pages BoneiruTaVota and Kiescolleges 2019. In addition, we always place the latest news.

The elections are coming

All polling stations are open on Wednesday 20 March from 7:30 am to 9:00 pm.

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