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Guam - Sample ballots are ready for next month's primary election. Guam Election Commission executive director Maria Pangelinan says because this year's election does not feature any independent candidate, it may refrain voters from crossing over on the partisan ballot.


She explained, saying, "You vote on one side of the partisan ballot so you can vote for Democrat on one side or Republican on the other side, no crossovers. If you vote on both sides of the partisan ballot, we will not count the entire ballot."


She adds the GEC already started sending out UOCAVA ballots last week.