by Mindy Aguon
Guam - Following the Guam Election Commission board's certification of the six candidates vying for the vacant seat in the 30th Guam Legislature, the names of the candidates were drawn for placement on the March 20 special election ballot. Sanctuary Executive Director Sarah Thomas Nededog got the number one spot on the Democratic side, followed by Arthur De Oro, Martin Benavente and Roque Aguon.
Tony Ada will get the top spot on the Republican side of the ballot, with William Sarmiento being the second candidate.
The GEC board agreed to reconvene on March 16 in preparation of the special election. In the meantime, the Election Commission will begin village district registration and begin the processing of ordering ballots for the election.