Guam – The Gutierrez-Aguon Campaign today [Monday] issued the following statement in response to media requests for comments on its Satruday announcment that a lawsuit would be filed to de-certify the Guam Election Commission certification Saturday night of Eddie Calvo and Ray Tenorio as the Governor and Lt. Governor elects of Guam.
Statement from the Gutierrez-Aguon Campaign:
“With a deluge of complaints pending before the Guam Election Commission, the Attorney General’s office, and federal authorities, the 2010 election process is now moving to its next stage. All over the island, voters are pressing for answers to their concerns about irregularities in last Tuesday’s election.
Since the September Primary, complaints have been mounting regarding absentee ballots, ballot security, and voter protection. In the last few days, these complaints and have become a tidal wave and the problem of the 2010 election is clearly headed to the courts.
Our candidates and our campaign continue to be fully engaged in this process. Governor Carl Gutierrez and Senator Frank Aguon Jr. are committed to ensuring that the people of Guam have the fair, open, and accurate election process that they deserve and our democracy requires.”