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Gutierrez/Aguon amend election complaint

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Democratic gubernatorial team of former governor Carl Gutierrez and Senator Frank Aguon, Jr. filed an amended complaint in the District Court of Guam today.  While they allege many of the abuses and irregularities as they did in the first two complaints filed on Friday in the local and federal courts, they now allege that in one or more specific voting precincts, votes were given to the opposing Republican team of Eddie Calvo/Ray Tenorio, which if taken from them for illegality or other misconduct, they claim would reduce the number of their legal votes below the number of legal votes given to Gutierrez/Aguon in the same office.

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