Closing of the Electoral register

ORANJESTAD - The Head of the Civil Registry Office (Censo) announces that, pursuant to Article 3 jo. 33 of the Elections Ordinance, the closing of the Electoral (Voters) Register took place on Wednesday, April 7, 2021.

Only those who are registered in the Civil (Population) Registry on April 7, 2021, possess Dutch nationality and have reached the age of 18 on the day of voting may participate in the vote on June 25, 2021. As of April 7, 2021, the voter register is closed with a total of 70281 eligible voters.


To check whether your name appears as a voter on the voters register and which polling place you are assigned to, click on the Voter's check tool  and follow the instructions. 

As happens in every election, the distribution of voting districts and the corresponding street names have been revised because there are new street names and addresses. There has been a large increase in the number of eligible voters in certain voting districts, especially in Noord/Tanki Leendert. Further, in connection with Covid-19 and the prevention of agglomeration, the number of voting districts has been increased and the number of eligible voters per voting district has been reduced. As a result, you may not be assigned to the same voting district every election.


If you want to identify yourself on voting day with a driver's license that was not issued by the Civil Registry Office (Censo), check that the data (last name, surname, place of birth) on your driver's license exactly matches the data on e.g. your passport, identity card (cedula) or your calling card for the upcoming Parliamentary elections on June 25.  Also, use the Voter's Checktool to check if the information on your driver's license exactly matches the information on the voter register.

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