PDP leader Farley Augustine after voting at the Speyside Anglican Primary School in yesterday’s THA election.

Official figures, including voter turnout, will be released by the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) but PNM Tobago officials and UNC’s chairman yesterday reported low turnouts in Tobago and Trinidad elections respectively.

In Tobago’s THA elections, 51,062 people were eligible to vote. In the five by-elections, there was a total of 32, 351 eligible voters. The electorate in the five areas comprises Arima Central—4,147 voters, Cunupia—8,318, Hindustan/St Mary’s—8,723, Hollywood—2,748) and Morne Coco/Alyce Glen—8,415)

PNM Tobago chairman Stanford Callendar said at 3 pm a low turnout in the THA polls was noted and that was in PNM’s favour.

Callendar said he was only aware of one issue where a Scarborough Calder Hall polling station opened half an hour late.

A spokesman who answered PDP leader Farley Augustine’s phone said there was an excellent turnout with no issues noted.

In Trinidad, PNM PRO Laurel Lezama-Lee Sing said there had been a moderate level of voters “slightly lower than Local Government polls.” UNC chairman Dave Tancoo also reported a low turnout.

UNC deputy leader Jearlean John said there had been no reports of any incidents that escalated.