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(Most) late filers get paperwork into GEC

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Public officials who failed to file their financial disclosure reports by last Thursday's deadline are coming in to comply.  According to staffers at the Guam Election Commission, Superior Court Judge Michael Bordallo eventually came in Friday and submitted his paperwork, as did Civil Service Commission Executive Director Naomi Gonzalez, who filed yesterday.

Guam Education Policy Board members Ronald Ayuyu and Dr. Lee Meadows along with Commission on Decolonization Director James Underwood, however, have not filed.

Each year government directors, board and commission members, Judges, justices and elected leaders are required to file their financial disclosure reports with the GEC. Failure to do so could result in a misdemeanor.

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