San Juan – Today, Monday, September 14, until 9:00 p.m., is the last day to carry out the registration process, reactivation, relocation, transfers, the request for early voting, in all its forms, recalled the Party’s electoral commissioner Popular Democratic Party (PPD) Nicolás Gautier Vega.
Voters who have to carry out any of the aforementioned transactions should visit the Permanent Registration Board (JIP) in their respective precincts.
“Young people who turn 18 years of age on or before November 3 must register today or they will not be able to vote in the general election,” Gautier explained in written statements.
“People over 60 years of age have the opportunity to request early voting and those over 80 years of age can request voting at home. In this way they avoid exposing themselves on the day of the General Elections ”.
Voters over 60 years of age, with a physical handicap or who will use equipment to assist in their mobility and bedridden people can request an early vote. Voters with special conditions residing in lodging houses and sole caregivers of minors under 14 years of age, of people with disabilities and of those bedridden in their homes. It can also be requested by voters who work on election day outside the municipality or precinct where they vote, bedridden people and their caregivers.
“During the past few days, the PPD visited hundreds of families to help them with the application process. We noticed a considerable participation of people over 60 who see early voting as an alternative to avoid contagion with the coronavirus. The officials and volunteers who participated in the visits took the security and prevention measures implemented by the PPD, Gautier said.
“We urge you to register and use the different mechanisms that we have available so that all eligible voters can exercise their right to vote.”
To obtain the different requests or learn more information, you can visit the website of the Collectivity www.ppdpr.net. They can also call the Office of the PPD Elections Commissioner at 787-296-0646.