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USPS reassures GEC about misrouted mail

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - It was last week when the Guam Election Commission raised concern over the recent mail mishap and the problems that may occur when entering names into the Voter Registry and assigning correct precincts. GEC executive director Maria Pangelinan says along with the deputy post master general Ron Stronman informing her last week that he would address the problem, she has received even further assurance from two more officials. Pangelinan tells KUAM that the postal service officer-in-charge for Guam Christopher Warren along with Honolulu district manager Greg Wolny have called her on the matter. Like Stronman, the two officials inform the GEC that voters can go ahead with using their current village in their mailing address despite the post office's previous letter advising otherwise. Pangelinan suggested to the officials that they also work with the village mayors in addressing the matter further with island residents.

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