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GEC needs 20 precinct officials

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - We are 20 days out from the general election, and this evening the Guam Election Commission board is meeting to continue planning for Super Tuesday. Some of the items on tonight's agenda include discussion on Liguan Elementary School as the new polling site in Dededo replacing the Astumbo Gym.

They are also talking about the status of the tabulation machines, according to GEC executive director Maria Pangelinan all four tabulators are ready for use, you may remember during the primary only three were working. 

Meantime the GEC now only needs 20 more precinct officials. And just a reminder the last day to register to vote is October 26, while in-office voting is still underway up until November 5.

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