Voters

Voters in Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
All registered voters can vote absentee by mail thanks to legislation passed in 2022.
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AARP in the Virgin Islands wants its members to prepare for the November general election. Our members comprise a robust demographic of our territory’s voters; together, we can be the “deciders” in the 2022 elections. We need every candidate and lawmaker to commit to addressing the challenges facing people 50+. That’s why we are partnering with the Virgin Islands Disability Rights Center to present Voter Machine Demonstration and Registration Drives in St. Croix and St. Thomas to help educate and help Virgin Islanders commit to being a voice in the election.
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Español | As we get ready to propel ourselves into April and the showers of spring, AARP-VI remains committed to showering the U.S. Virgin Islands with assistance in improving the wellbeing and quality of life for older Virgin Islanders, those who care for them and also our community as a whole. While the metaphor is a bit “flowery,” the intent holds. AARP is not just for retired people. It is for real people who have real concerns about the world’s growing population of older adults. This includes the territory’s more than 22,000 AARP members, which is an extraordinary demographic because our members are approximately 25 percent of the population.
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Virgin Islanders, facing the threat of the coronavirus as well as hurricane season, will have a much easier—and safer—time voting this fall because of important changes to how and where eligible voters can cast ballots.
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