|Monday - Sunday||8:30am - 5:00pm|
The Parliamentary Registry is essentially an election management body that is responsible for the administration and conduct of all parliamentary and municipal elections in Bermuda.
We are financed by the government and our finances are guided by the financial instructions set out by the Accountant General. We maintain the documents in accordance with the Parliamentary Election Act 1978, The Municipalities Act 1923 and the Bermuda Constitution. We maintain the voter's list, issue voter registration cards, manage and conduct elections for the parliament and municipality, promote awareness amongst voters and issue apostille certificates on behalf of the Deputy Governor’s office. We also maintain records from the previous elections dating back as far as 1976 and also make them available for public viewing.
We’re located in Hamilton, and operate from 830am to 5pm. Contact us via email or phone for more information.