FSM government announces results of constitutional convention election

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The FSM government has released the certified results of the Nov. 5 constitutional election for the states of Pohnpei, Chuuk, Yap, and Kosrae.

Below are the results posted by the FSM public information office posted the information:

  • At-large winning candidate in Pohnpei State: Iso Salvador Iriarte, with 3,160 votes;
  • Election District 1 winning candidates in Pohnpei State: Akilino H. Susaia and Tendy (Tesiwo) Liwy, with 1,461 and 1,019 votes received respectively;
  • Election District 2 winning candidates in Pohnpei State: Berney Martin and Salomon Saimon, with 1,062 and 1,372 votes received respectively;
  • Election District 3 winning candidates in Pohnpei State: Mason Albert and Ricky F. Cantero, with 1,611 and 1,191 votes received respectively;
  • At-Large winning candidate in Chuuk State: Redley Killion, with 6,149 votes received;
  • Election District 1 winning candidates in Chuuk State: Peter Sitan and Marcus Samo, with 1,438 and 936 votes received respectively;
  • Election District 2 winning candidates in Chuuk State: Camillo Noket and Nickson M. Bossy, with 1,316 and 1,271 votes received respectively;
  • Election District 3 winning candidates in Chuuk State: Jack S. Fritz and Myron I. Hashiguchi, with 2,335 and 2,969 votes received respectively;
  • Election District 4 winning candidates in Chuuk State: Cindy Siren Mori and Kind K. Kanto, with 1,706 and 1,130 votes received respectively;
  • Election District 5 winning candidates in Chuuk State: Asterio R. Takesy and James A. Naich, with 1,028 and 1,085 votes received respectively;
  • At-Large winning candidate in Yap State: Victor Nabeyan, with 2,243 votes received;
  • Election District 1 winning candidates in Yap State: Andrew R. Yatilman and Andy P. Choor, with 1,200 and 968 votes received respectively;
  • At-Large winning candidate in Kosrae State: Johnson A. Asher, with 1,818 votes received, and;
  • Election District 1 candidates in Kosrae State: Yoslyn G. Sigrah and Canney L. Palsis, with 1,152 and 1,094 votes received respectively.
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