Recount decision delayed until Friday - KUAM.com-KUAM News: On Air. Online. On Demand.

Recount decision delayed until Friday

Posted: Updated:

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The scheduled meeting of the board of directors for the Guam Election Commission to certify the results of Tuesday night's/Wednesday morning's General Election results has been postponed due to a lack of quorum, KUAM News has learned.

A decision on the possible recount of the gubernatorial race has therefore been delayed until Friday at 4pm.

  • NEWS HEADLINESMore>>

  • Motorcyclist hurt in Route 15 crash

    Motorcyclist hurt in Route 15 crash

    One man was sent to the hospital in serious condition after a motorcycle crash on Route 15 Tuesday afternoon. According to police spokesman AJ Balajadia, the crash happened around 5:40PM.

    More >>

    One man was sent to the hospital in serious condition after a motorcycle crash on Route 15 Tuesday afternoon. According to police spokesman AJ Balajadia, the crash happened around 5:40PM.

    More >>
  • Nationwide Emergency Alert System test Thursday

    Nationwide Emergency Alert System test Thursday

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency in collaboration with the Federal Communications Commission will be conducting a nationwide Emergency Alert System test on Thursday, September 28 at 4:20am, Guam time. Residents should expect to receive both audio and on-screen messages in both English and Spanish.

    More >>

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency in collaboration with the Federal Communications Commission will be conducting a nationwide Emergency Alert System test on Thursday, September 28 at 4:20am, Guam time. Residents should expect to receive both audio and on-screen messages in both English and Spanish.

    More >>
  • Woman jailed after gift card scheme

    Woman jailed after gift card scheme

    A gift card scheme sends one woman to jail. 24-year-old Joyce Merino was arrested and charged with aggregated theft of property as a second degree felony.

    More >>

    A gift card scheme sends one woman to jail. 24-year-old Joyce Merino was arrested and charged with aggregated theft of property as a second degree felony.

    More >>
Powered by Frankly