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GEC needs precinct officials for special election

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - The Guam Election Commission says it needs more precinct officials in preparation for the upcoming special election. According to a release from GEC Executive Director John Blas, the majority of the precinct official vacancies are in the villages of Asan-Maina, Dededo and Yigo.

Persons who are interested in working as precinct officials are asked to drop by the GEC's headquarters in Hagatna in the GCIC Building to apply. Officials will be compensated $170 for working on Election Day.

You must be a registered voter to apply. Call 477-9791 through 4 for more information.

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