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58 voter registrars submit incomplete paperwork

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - It was earlier this month when the Guam Election Commission reported that dozens of volunteer voter registrars had failed to submit their required documentation by the August 8 deadline. And while everyone has since complied and submitted their documents as of yesterday, the GEC discovered that 58 affidavits of registration submitted by these registrars were incomplete meaning at least 58 potential voters are not exactly registered to vote and will not be on the voter roster. Executive director Maria Pangelinan says the GEC will contact the 58 people this week to submit their required documents in order to be registered. She adds if these potential voters do not respond before the primary election but still show up on August 30, they will be considered a provisional voter. If these 58 people complete the registration process by submitting the proper documents within seven days after the election, their vote will be still counted.
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