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24 out of 58 precincts now accounted for

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 by Jason Salas

Guam - The pace of the ballot tabulation is way ahead of past elections, making keeping up with the counting of ballots and the results a frenetic exercise, to the enjoyment of everyone we've got streaming our live webcast and following our results on our site, on our mobile app, and on social networks.

In the gubernatorial race, Calvo/Tenorio continue their strong lead (which the UOG exit poll projected to be a 60%/40% win), while incumbent Madeleine Bordallo enjoys her lead over the challenger, Democrat Margaret Metcalfe in the race for Guam's congressional delegate.

In the senatorial race, familiar faces dominate the top 15 spots, with incumbents Rory Respicio and Chris Duenas on the bubble.

And in the issue for legalizing medicinal marijuana on Guam, the issue is showing strong support from Guamanians.
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