Maria Pangelinan Updates the Community for the Upcoming General Election

Maria Pangelinan. PNC file photo

Bringing the discussion back to the upcoming General Election, Executive Director of the Guam Election Commission, Maria Pangelinan, shared essential dates and times for Guam voters, in addition to other election-related news in an interview with NewsTalkK57’s Patti Arroyo.

PNC’s Destiny Cruz has more…

Starting tomorrow, October 11th, homebound voting and early voting for the 2022 general election will begin. According to GEC Executive Director Maria Pangelinan, one caregiver is allowed to be serviced for homebound voters. In addition, those registered voters interested in early voting may do so at the Westin Resort Guam from Tuesday through Friday from 9 AM to 6 PM.

Furthermore, for added convenience, every Saturday until October 29th, a district satellite early vote center will operate from 10 AM- 3 PM.

“The first one will be at Okodo high school on the 15th, from 10:00-3:00. The following Saturday, October 22nd, we will be at GCC in Mangilao in the multi-purpose auditorium. On the third Saturday, we will be at Malesso Martyrs Elementary School on October 29th.”

Voter registration is available at the Westin, the Guam Community College, and Okkodo Highschool until October 24th.

Moreover, Pangelinan shared there will be extended hours for district registration at the Mayor’s offices in each respective village.

“Come the 18th of October- October 24th, the Mayor’s offices will be open until 8 PM for district registration.”

The following is an important date: On October 18th, volunteer registration, online registration, and motor voter registration will close.

Destiny Cruz, PNC News First.

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Starting as the weather personality for the Pacific News Center in 2019, then as a reporter, Destiny Cruz is now PNC’s lead anchor, producer, writer, and TV host for two of Sorensen Media Group’s shows. Over three years at PNC, Destiny has covered issues impacting our island in areas including legislation and health, to name a few, in addition to highlighting the meaningful stories of Guam’s community in features and lifestyle. Corresponding with her professional growth, Destiny has acquired personal achievements that have contributed to her development as a dynamic woman: she is a proud graduate of the Guam Community College, earning her degree in liberal studies, a former Miss Guam (Miss World Guam 2017), and singer/songwriter.