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Klitzkie wants GEC to reopen inquiry

Posted: Aug 06, 2018 5:08 PM Updated:

What's an election on Guam without drama? And lately there's been more drama than what's playing in local theaters.

The Guam Election Commission met today to discuss a request from former Senator Bob Klitzkie. GEC Executive Director Marie Pangelinan says he's requested the board re-open its investigation into the controversy involving Jon Fernandez and Rodriguez-Cruz campaign.

Klitzkie claimed Fernandez broke the law when he allegedly gave David Cruz an ultimatum to step down from his $124,000 annual contract with DOE. The GEC determined no laws were broken.

Klitzkie in a new letter however, maintains there was a violation of the Open Government Law and hence would nullify Fernandez actions and GEC should conduct a do-over.

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