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Gubernatorial challengers not conceding just yet

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The gubernatorial challengers are not yet ready to concede. Republican candidates Ray Tenorio and Tony Ada released a brief statement thanking supporters, but adding "Because of the slim margin for a 50% +1 declaration and the absentee ballots that remain to be counted, it is prudent that we wait on this process to be completed next week."

And Democrats Frank Aguon Jr. and Alicia Limtiaco amended an earlier statement congratulating the Lou and Josh team. A later release states that they are waiting on the receipt, review and count of the absentee, homebound and provisional ballots.

It goes on to say that any concession statement will be addressed pending the certification of the final results. The Election Commission is scheduled to meet again on Thursday, November 15.

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