5. Right of person to vote
Subject to this Act, a person is entitled to vote in an election in a constituency, if on polling day, he is qualified and registered as an elector in that constituency, and his name appears on the current list to be used for that constituency.
6. Entitlement to registration
(1) Subject to section 7, a person shall be entitled to be registered as an elector in any one constituency if he—
(a) is a citizen of Grenada; or
(b) is a Commonwealth citizen, who has resided in Grenada for a period of at least twelve months immediately before the date of his registration;
(c) has attained the age of eighteen years; and
(d) is ordinarily resident in that constituency.
(2) For the purposes of registration under this Act and the Rules, a person is deemed, subject to this Act, to reside in the polling division in which he was ordinarily resident, immediately prior to his registration.
(3) A person is not ordinarily resident in a polling division, if he has taken up residence in that polling division, for the purpose of engaging in any employment of a temporary or seasonal character.
(4) For the purposes of registration under this Act and the Rules, a person may be ordinarily resident only in one polling division at any particular time.
see also: Grenada Elections 2022, National Results, accessed 28 June 2022