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GEC improving registration/voting process

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Although it's more than a year away, the Guam Election Commission is already preparing itself for next year's election by making improvements to its services and offices. Acting Director David Chargualaf, Jr. tells KUAM News that the GEC will undergo renovations and expand its offices to better accommodate more voters.

He adds the Commission is working on fine tuning and streamlining the registration process with the centralized voter registration system and incorporating a more use friendly web site. "This site will be able to provide almost every single information that anyone will be looking for in terms of elections - election information, we're hoping to have voter registration, access to the military, candidate information, expenditure reports, so our goal is to not only improve elections but improve customer service," stated Chargualaf.

He adds GEC hopes to acquire the electronic absentee systems for election program to improve services with military voters overseas and the Help America Vote Act, which will improve how elections are conducted for the federal office.

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