Guyana: Soldiers, Police Vote Early in General Elections | Latin American Herald Tribune

Thousands of soldiers, police, prison guards and fire rescue personnel will cast ballots this weekend ahead of Guyana’s May 11 general elections. Some 7,540 people will be eligible for Saturday’s early voting at 84 polling stations across the country, elections chief Keith Lowenfield said in a statement. Political parties have been campaigning hard to win votes among the security forces and emergency services, though they represent a small percentage of Guyana’s electorate.

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