Guam - The Democratic Party of Guam was set to hold an election this month for its leadership positions. However, according to acting chair Darryl Taggerty, he will most likely have to postpone the election until September. Taggerty tells KUAM News that while some people have shown interest, he says you cannot have an election if you don't have enough candidates to have a contest adding the elections are primarily within the village level.
According to the Democratic Party's bylaws, elections are held on the last Saturday in August during an odd year. He adds you cannot call an election without the Central Executive Committee, which he says failed to meet quorum once again Wednesday evening.
Speaker Judi Won Pat's office meanwhile had been tasked with the nomination committee.