In Decision 2022 headlines, it appears that island residents are wanting change, as the Guam Election Commission sees an increase in registered voters.

According to GEC Executive Director Maria Pangelinan, as of May 25, Guam has 52,209 registered voters. She attributed the rise to more voter registration outlets.

"Most of it is from motor-voter registration," she said. "Our parties, the democrats and the republicans are working hard also to increase the number of registered voters. They have volunteer registrars out there as they canvas or as they do voter outreach."

Island residents can still register to vote at gec.guam,gov and will need either a Guam ID or Guam driver's license to do so.

The primary election is 63 days away, which is scheduled for Aug. 27.