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Primary election certified; ballot placement drawn

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by Ken Quintanilla


Guam - The Guam Election Commission officially certified the results from the Primary Election held on August 30. The certification comes at least 10 days after the primary election pursuant to the Election Reform Law that allows the GEC time to accept absentee and provisional ballots. Executive Director Maria Pangelinan says only 24 provisional ballots were counted along with 67 absentee ballots that were mailed in from off-island. As for homebound voters, the GEC had 341 requests however only 274 were serviced.  The primary election results can be viewed on the GEC's website at gec.guam.gov.

The GEC also held a ballot placement drawing for candidates running in the 2014 General Election. For the races with more than one candidate, the ballot placement for the partisan ballot is as follows:

33rd GUAM LEGISLATURE

DEMOCRAT

1.      Frank Aguon Jr.

2.      Derick Baza Hills

3.      Dennis Rodriguez, Jr.

4.      Rodney Cruz, Jr.

5.      Rory Respicio

6.      Judi Guthertz

7.      Adolpho Palacios

8.      Hope Cristobal

9.      BJ Cruz

10.  Michael San Nicolas

11.  Nerissa Underwood

12.  Judi Won Pat

13.  Tina Muna Barnes

14.  Frank Ungacta, Jr.

15.  Tom Ada

REPUBLICAN

1.      Mary Torres

2.      Roland Blas

3.      Chris Duenas

4.      Tony Ada

5.      Valentino Perez

6.      Glenn Leon Guerrero

7.      Frank Blas Jr.

8.      Tommy Morrison

9.      Brant McCreadie

10.  Jim Espaldon

11.  Aline Yamashita

12.  Adonis Mendiola

13.  Michelle Hope Taitano

14.  Wil Castro

15.  Felix Benavente

For the non-partisan ballot:

ATTORNEY GENERAL OF GUAM

1.      Elizabeth Barrett Anderson

2.      Leonardo Rapadas

GUAM EDUCATION BOARD

1.      Peter Alecxis Ada

2.      Joseph Cruz Santos

3.      Lourdes Benavente

4.      Jose Q. Cruz

5.      Ronald Ayuyu

6.      Lourdes San Nicolas

7.      Rosie Tainatongo

8.      Maria Gutierrez

9.      Albert San Agustin  

CONSOLIDATED COMMISSION ON UTILITIES

1.      Simon Sanchez

2.      Andrew Leon Guerrero

3.      Francis Santos

4.      Earl Garrido

5.      Frederick Tupaz

6.      William Hagen

7.      Benigno Palomo

8.      George Bamba

9.      William Payne

10.  Jose Servino

11.  Eloy Hara 
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