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GEC board to discuss lingering issues

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Guam Election Commission will meet again this Wednesday as Decision 2010 issues continue to remain on the agenda. GEC executive director John Blas will give a status report on whether any of the board members' appointments have expired.  Concerns had been raised by the Gutierrez-Aguon gubernatorial team that some of the members terms had expired, raising questions about their actions since the election. 

The board's subcommittee also has yet to file their full report on the dozens of complaints about election fraud and abuse from the General Election. They anticipated forwarding at least two complaints to the Attorney General's Office. The board is also expected to finalize the terms for the new lease as the current lease with the GCIC expires at the end of this month.

The board will meet on Wednesday at four o'clock.

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