Guam – More than 800 voters have cast their ballots for the upcoming Primary Elections through in-office voting.
With a steady flow of voters Guam Election Commission Executive Director John Blas Wednesday said he expects the number to be near 900 by Thursday.
In-office voting began August 5th and continues until the day before the September 4th Primary.
Blas says any registered voter can participate in in-office voting by going to the GEC office in the GCIC building in Hagatna weekdays from 8am to 5pm and Saturdays from 9am to noon.
The Guam Election Commission is meeting this evening to discuss preparations for the upcoming primary. Two bills under consideration could have an impact in the upcoming elections. A bill that would allow the Governor to appoint three of the members of the Guam Education Policy Board is waiting for the Governor’s signature. Another bill under discussion would allow the Governor to appoint the Attorney General.