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JROTC students will assist curbside voters

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During the election, you might spot Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corp students volunteering at the polls.

Instructors and cadets from JROTC programs at George Washington High School, Okkodo High School, Tiyan High School, and John F. Kennedy High School will be on site.

Guam Election Commission Director Maria Pangelinan says the students will bring voter ids into the polling sites to officials to help curb the wait for curbside voters.

“We had many issues in the primary election, there were lots of curbside voters who've waited a long time,” Pangelinan said. “To help curb that issue we're attaching a sign to the curbside sign. That says please call 477-9791 that's our number.”

The Guam Fire Department also reminds curbside voters can park in a Fire Lane, but the driver must stay in the vehicle at all times.

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