French St. Martin votes in European Elections May 25 | THE DAILY HERALD

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MARIGOT–The European Elections will be held in metropolitan France on Sunday, May 26, and in St. Martin on Saturday, May 25. French citizens will be called to the polls to elect their European Députés (Members of Parliament).

In accordance with the legislation in force, the Electoral List Control Commission met on Friday, May 3, in Hotel de la Collectivité. The commission appointed the members of the control commissions in charge of the regularity of the electoral lists for a period of three years. For St. Martin the following persons were appointed: Sofia Carti, Maud Ascent-Gibs, and Claire Manuel-Philips.

The polling stations were established as follows: 1 : Hôtel de la Collectivité – Centralizing office Marigot; 2, 3, 14 and 15: Emile Choisy School – Rue Paul Mingau in Concordia (replaces the former Nina Duverly office); 4, 5, and 16: Hervé Williams School – Spring Street in Concordia; 6 and 7: Aline Hanson School – Sandy Ground; 8 and 9: Cité scolaire Robert Weinum – Impasse Fond d’Or in La Savane; 10 and 17: Elie Gibs School – Rue des Ecoles in Grand Case; 11: Ghislaine Rogers School – Rue des Ecoles in Grand Case; 12 and 18: Eliane Clarke School – Spring Street in Quartier d’Orléans; 13 and 19: Omer Arrondell School – Rue de Coralita in Quartier d’Orléans.

The number of your polling station appears on your voter card. To vote, you must go to the station with a valid government-issued form of ID.

The Collectivité informs electors of the opening of polling stations on Saturday, May 25, from 8:00am to 6:00pm.

For additional information contact the Bureau des Élections of the Collectivité by phone at (0590) 590 29. 59. 20 or at its physical location Monday to Friday, from 8:30am to 3:00pm.

Source: The Daily Herald