General election ballot approved
The Guam Election Commission approved the ballot for the November 8 general election. The race is now just 56 days away.
There’s still time to register to vote if you haven’t. Voters – you can also get in your votes early instead of waiting for Super Tuesday. The Guam Election Commission announcing early voting begins on October 11 and will continue through November 3.
It will again be held at the Westin Resort in Tumon from Tuesday to Friday from 10 in the morning to 6 at night. On Saturdays – the early voting site will be open from 10 in the morning to 3 in the afternoon.
On the ticket for the gubernatorial race, incumbent democrats Governor Lou Leon Guerrero and Lt Governor Josh Tenorio against and republicans former governor Felix Camacho and Senator Tony Ada.
You will also get to decide who you want to work in the 37th Guam Legislature.
For delegate, it’s former speaker Judi Won Pat versus Senator Jim Moylan.
And the non-partisan race for attorney general is incumbent Leevin Camacho going against former AG Doug Moylan. Former prosecutor Peter Santos also announced his write-in campaign for that office.