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Volunteer voter registrars asked to submit affidavits

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The Guam Election Commission is reminding volunteer voter registrars who have yet to submit all their documents such as affidavits of registration to do so immediately. Executive director Maria Pangelinan says 56 volunteer voter registrars had yet to submit their documents by the August 8 deadline. While follow-up calls were made, commissioners directed Pangelinan to prepare a report by noon of how many have failed to comply. Thereafter, letters will be sent to those registrars with their names not only being forwarded to the Attorney General's Office but placed in a notice in a daily publication. Legal counsel had noted during Thursday's GEC meeting that volunteer voter registrars who fail to submit affidavits of registration are guilty of a felony of a third degree.
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