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No Major Complaints So Far

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - As of 10:43 Saturday morning, the Guam Election Commission has not received any administrative complaints or voters challenges. The GEC had initially scheduled a meeting for 11am in the event any major problems had surfaced, but has since been cancelled. Executive Director Maria Pangelinan says some of the minor concerns GEC has received included calls about signs from both political parties being too close to the polling places, voters names placed in the wrong precinct, and two ballot boxes that were still locked when polls opened. Pangelinan adds that requests for Homebound Voting will continue until 12 noon. She says as of today, the GEC has already serviced over 200 homebound voters. The GEC has another meeting scheduled at 3pm in the event any major complaints arise.
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