(CMR) The Elections Office is warning the public to be mindful of people pretending to be conducting surveys on their behalf after several complaints.
The Elections Office reported earlier today that they have received a number of concerns from members of the public that individuals are conducting a house-to-house survey relating to elections purportedly on behalf of the government.
The Elections Office wishes to clarify that these individuals do not work for or represent the Elections Office and that the survey is not sanctioned or authorized by the Elections Office.
The Elections Office encourages residents who encounter these types of home visits and feel at risk to report any suspicious activities to the police by calling 911.
The general election is on May 26.