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Polls forecasts AG race now dead-even

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - It could be a real close race in the election for Attorney General of Guam. Here are the latest results from a poll conducted by University of Guam students:

- 50% Elizabeth Barrett Anderson
- 50% Lenny Rapadas


180 registered voters  werepolled between July 9th -11th. According to Political Analyst Ron Mcninch during  the time frame of the previous student  poll, there was a 1-2 day cycle of media concentrating on Elizabeth Barrett Anderson. As such, the effects of media may have been very strong. After nearly two weeks of discussion, the numbers have settled to a two person horserace.

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