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Thousands of election pamphlets can't be mailed due to bad addresses

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - It was nearly a week ago when the Guam Election Commission mailed out informational pamphlets to registered voters on the medicinal marijuana referendum. However according to executive director Maria Pangelinan they were unable to reach thousands of voters due to bad mailing addresses - some of which don't exist anymore.

"But there are quite a few voters, maybe about 3,000 that won't be receiving pamphlets thorough the mail because Guam Election Commission has old or not good addresses," Pangelinan said. "So we invite voters who did not receive a pamphlet in the mail, to come in and pick up from us."

In the meantime, Pangelinan encourages those who may have a bad or old mailing address to update it with the GEC as soon as possible. You can also pick up pamphlets on the measure at the GEC offices or at their respective mayors office.
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