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Dems urge Aguon & Limtiaco to honor Unity Pledge

Posted: Sep 10, 2018 1:01 PM +10:00 Updated:

The Democratic Party of Guam sent a letter to Senator Frank Aguon and Attorney Alicia Limtiaco urging the two to honor the Unity Pledge they signed before the Primary Election.

In the letter - signed by the party's Central Executive Committee - the party says some Aguon/Limtiaco supporters have already given support to the presumptive Democratic gubernatorial primary winners Lou Leon Guerrero and Josh Tenorio.

"Unity is better than division ... bridges are better than barriers," the letter said.

The Aguon/Limtiaco has hinted that it is not ruling out a write-in campaign for the General election. The team had told KUAM News it would be reaching a decision on whether nor not it would run that campaign today.

In other election news, The Guam Election Commission has postponed its board meeting - which was scheduled for today - until Wednesday at 5:30pm. The GEC was slated to certify Primary Election results today. Also, today marks the deadline for Primary Election campaign finance reports from candidates and political action committees, but GEC Director Maria Pangelinan said GEC staff would not be able to accept campaign finance filings today, due to the declaration of COR 1.

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