Polling Station Status Update: 10AM

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

As of 10:00am a total of 1157 votes have been cast for the Belize Rural South General Election, which amount to 16.29% of the total electorate. For the San Pedro Town Council Municipal Elections, 850 Electorates have come out to vote, which represent 13.5% of the total eligible voters. After a fast-paced start earlier this morning that saw almost 10% or all eligible voters rush to the polls, voting has since slowed down a bit, especially in the San Pedro Area 37 Polling Station where Line A-B has accumulated a large crowed winding all the way out to the street, despite most of the other lines flowing smoothly and quickly.

The breakdown for voters in the General Elections is as follows:

Area 37 at 10AM – General (San Pedro)

Box      A – B88
Box      C135
Box      D-F62
Box      G78
Box      H – L116
Box      N – M80
Box      O – Q78
Box      R – S131
Box      T – Z100

Area 34 and 38 at 10AM – General (Caye Caulker)

Box      A – J137
Box      K – Z152


The breakdown for the San Pedro Town Council Municipal Elections is as follows:

Area 37 between 10AM – Municipal (San Pedro)

Box      A – B80
Box      C100
Box      D-F62
Box      G78
Box      H – L117
Box      N – M103
Box      O – Q78
Box      R – S122
Box      T – Z110


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