To register individuals, conduct elections and review constituency boundaries with integrity, courtesy and transparency in accordance with the law.
To be a world class Electoral Management Body.
Four pieces of legislation provide the Elections and Boundaries Commission with its legal and constitutional authority to conduct elections. They are the Representation of the People Act Chap. 2:01 of the laws of Trinidad and Tobago, the Elections and Boundaries Commission (Local Government) Act, Chap. 25:50; the Municipal Corporations Act, 1990; the Elections and Boundaries Commission (Local Government and Tobago House of Assembly Act No. 40 of 1996.
The organisational structure of the E&BC is based principally on a Central Electoral Office located at headquarters in Port of Spain, Fourteen (14) Registration Area Offices and four (4) sub Offices. These offices are conveniently located throughout the country where persons can register to obtain their National Identification Cards and have their names included on the list of eligible electors subject to certain qualifying criteria.