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Elections officials weigh in

Elections officials are weighing in on the referendum.

They say overall things went well and election workers did an excellent job. But the voting was marred by reports that someone defaced election property.

The deputy supervisor of elections says it’s something he has never seen before in his 30 years working with the elections office.

We also heard from Ernie Scott, the deputy supervisor of elections in Cayman Brac. He says everything went smoothly with the exception of someone drawing a smiley face and writing the word “hi” in one of the polling booths.

Mr. Scott adds that there were some concerns over low voter turnout.

The Brac had less than 50% turnout with 256 people voting yes and 203 voting no.

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