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Deadline to file for Education Board and CCU is this week

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The Guam Election Commission reminds interested individuals that the deadline to file your candidacy to run for the Consolidated Commission on Utilities and the Guam Education Board is at the end of this week. Three seats are up for the CCU and six openings for the GEB. Both are non-partisan races, but only the GEB requires nominating petitions of 150 signatures. As of this morning, Peter Alecxis Ada, Maria Gutierrez and Lourdes San Nicolas have filed for the GEB. Earl Joseph Garrido, Bill Hagen and Benigno Palomo meanwhile have filed to run for the CCU. Both races will be featured in the November general election. The deadline to file is on Friday September 5 at the GEC.

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