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Voter Registration Application
Contains: Affidavit of Registration, and Affidavit Questionnaire.
Absentee Ballot Application
Absentee Voter Application FormAbsentee Voter Application is now closed. 
Application for Absentee Voting: Absence from the Commonwealth.  
Affidavit for NMI Descent
NMI Descent Affidavit of Registration 
NMI Chamorro and Carolinian descent
Voter's Pamphlet
Information on requirements and election process for candidates
Voter's Pamphlet
Voter's Pamphlet
Information on Registration and Absentee Voting Procedures for CNMI Elections
Voter Registration Statistics
Voter Registration Statistics
Important Dates
Important Dates
Important dates for voters and candidates
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

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Public Notice

Pursuant to 1 CMC §9910 (a) and (b), the Commonwealth Election Commission hereby give notice that the Commonwealth Election Commission will meet at 10:00am on Saturday, March 23, 2019, at the Multi Purpose building in Susupe. Additional information concerning this meeting is available at the Office of the Commonwealth Election Commission Susupe, Saipan.

Poll Supervisors/Workers Training & Certification

To adhere to 1 CMC § 6109 (d), the Commonwealth Election Commission Executive Director shall employ poll workers and poll supervisors necessary to conduct the special election and administer the Commission’s other duties and responsibilities. Such employees shall be hired from lists of individuals recommended by the recognized political parties in such a manner as to ensure a fair representation of all recognized political parties in the total cohort. All such employees shall receive training and certification in procedures, ethics, tasks, and responsibilities prior to being assigned any duties.

The 2019 Poll Supervisors/Workers Training and Certification for Precinct 3A and 3B will be held at the following date, time and location:

 
Location Date/Time
CNMI Women’s Association Office (Adjacent to Carolinian Affairs Office) 03/18/2019 at 6:00 p.m.

 

All poll supervisors, poll workers and alternates are mandated to attend the above said training and be certified by the Executive Director prior to being assigned for duties. Be advised that failure to attend the training session will cause for replacement. For more information please call the Commonwealth Election Commission at (670) 235-VOTE (8683) or email at administrative@votecnmi.gov.mp

 

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Early Voting & Polling Place Designation Announcement

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This is to inform all CNMI Voters that pursuant to 1 CMC §6222 and §6224, the 2019 Special Election Early Voting period for the 3rd Senatorial District, Precinct 3A (San Jose/Oleai) and 3B (Garapan), of Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands will commence on Saturday, March 16, 2019 through Friday, March 22, 2019. The polling place for Precinct 3A and 3B will open at 8:30 a.m. and closed at 4:00 p.m. each day, inclusive of weekends and holidays. The polling places for the Early Voting period are as follows:

 

Early Voting

 

Election DistrictPolling Place
Precinct 3A (San Jose/Oleai) Garapan Community Development Center (Adjacent to Carolinian Affairs Office)
Precinct 3B (Garapan Area)



In addition, pursuant to 1 CMC § 6105 (c), the CEC hereby announces the designated polling places for the upcoming March 23rd, 2019 Special Election. The polling places for the special election will open at 7:00 a.m. and closed at 7:00 p.m. on the same day. The polling places are as follows:

 

Special Election Day

 

 

 
Election DistrictPolling Place
Precinct 3A (San Jose/Oleai) Oleai Elementary School Room #18 (Front entrance)
Precinct 3B (Garapan Area) Garapan Elementary School Cafeteria (Northern entrance)

 

As mandated by 1 CMC §6218, voters must ensure that they bring with them a pictured ID as they will be required to present it in order to be issued a ballot at the polls. For more information, please contact the Commonwealth Election Commission at 235-8683(VOTE).

 

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Public Notice

Pursuant to 1 CMC §9910 (a) and (b), the Commonwealth Election Commission hereby give notice that the Commonwealth Election Commission will meet at 1:00pm on Tuesday, February 12, 2019, at the Commonwealth Election Commission's conference room in Susupe. Additional information concerning this meeting is available at the Office of the Commonwealth Election Commission Susupe, Saipan.

2018 GE Poll Worker Training

The Commonwealth Election Commission will conduct the 2018 Poll Worker Training at the following date, time and location:

SENATORIAL DISTRICT LOCATION DATE/TIME
Saipan & Northern Islands Multi-Purpose Center 11/02/2018 at 3:00pm
Tinian & Aguiguan Tinian-DPS/DFEMS 11/05/2018 at 3:00pm
Rota Rota-NMC Room “B-2” 10/30/2018 at 6:00pm

All poll supervisors, poll workers and alternates are mandated to attend the said training and be certified by the Executive Director prior to being assigned for duties. Be advised that failure to attend the training session will cause for replacement.

Agenda

  • Procedures
  • Ethics Act
  • Tasks
  • Responsibilities

1 CMC § 6109 (d), “the executive director shall employ poll workers and poll supervisors necessary to conduct elections and administer the commission’s other duties and responsibilities. Such employees shall be hired from lists of individuals recommended by the recognized political parties in such a manner as to ensure a fair representation of all recognized political parties in the total cohort. All such employees shall receive training and certification in procedures, ethics, tasks, and responsibilities prior to being assigned any duties.”

For more information please call the Commonwealth Election Commission at (670) 235- VOTE (8683) or email at administrative@votecnmi.gov.mp

Early Voting & Polling Place Designation Announcement

This is to inform all CNMI Voters that pursuant to 1 CMC §6222 and §6224, the 2018 General Election Early Voting period for the 1st Senatorial District of Rota, the 2nd Senatorial District of Tinian & Aguiguan and the 3rd Senatorial District of Saipan & Northern Islands will commence on Tuesday, October 30, 2018 and end on Monday November 5, 2018. The polling places for all 3 senatorial districts will open at 8:30 a.m. and close at 4:00p.m. each day, inclusive of weekends and holidays. The polling places for the Early Voting period are as follows:

 

Northern Islands ONLY September 28, 2018 through November 5, 2018 at Pedro P. Tenorio Multi-Purpose Center, Susupe, Saipan
1st Senatorial District- ROTA Rota-NMC Room B-2, Songsong Village (for residents for Rota, Saipan, Tinian & Northern Islands temporarily on Rota)
2nd Senatorial District- TINIAN Tinian-NMC Room “D”, San Jose Tinian (for residents for Rota, Saipan, Tinian & Northern Islands temporarily on Tinian)
3rd Senatorial District- SAIPAN Pedro P. Tenorio Multi-Purpose Center, Susupe (for residents for Rota, Saipan, Tinian & Northern Islands temporarily on Saipan)

 

In addition, pursuant to 1 CMC § 6105 (c), the CEC hereby announces the designated polling places for the upcoming November 6th, 2018 General Election. The polling places for the general election will open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m. on the same day. The polling places are as follows:

 

Election District Polling Place
Precinct 1A (San AntonioArea) Hopwood JuniorHigh School Cafeteria(Football field entrance)

Precinct 1B-1 (San Vicente/Dandan Area)

               1B-2(SanVicente/Dandan Area)

Dandan Middle School Cafeteria(Dandan baseball/softball field entrance)
Precinct 1C (Koblerville Area) Koblerville Elementary School Cafeteria (Front entrance)
Precinct 2 (Chalan Kanoa/Susupe Area) Joeten/Kiyu Public Library (Front entrance)
Precinct 3A (San Jose/Oleai) Oleai Elementary School Cafeteria (Front entrance)

Precinct 3B-1 (Garapan Area)

               3B-2 (Garapan Area)

Garapan Elementary School Cafeteria (Northern entrance)
Precinct 4A (Tanapag Area) Tanapag Middle School Cafeteria (Main entrance)
Precinct 4B (San Roque/As Matius Area) Gregorio T. Camacho Elementary School Cafeteria (Main)
Precinct 4C (Capitol Hill Area) Jesus P. Mafnas Legislative Building (Main entrance)
Precinct 4D (Northern Islands) Alamagan, Pagan and Agrigan

Precinct 5-1 (Kagman Area)

               5-2 (Kagman Area)

Kagman Elementary School Cafeteria (Main entrance)
Precinct 6 (Tinian & Aguiguan) Tinian Elemetary School Cafeteria (Main Exit)
Precinct 7 (Rota) Rota-NMC Room B-2 (Main entrance)

 

As mandated by 1 CMC §6218, voters must ensure that they bring with them a pictured ID as they will be required to present it in order to be issued a ballot at the polls. For more information, please contact the Commonwealth Election Commission at 235-8683(VOTE).

 

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