Guam – Wednesday was the last day for candidates to file their campaign contributions and expenditures reports.
Guam law requires that these reports are filed with the Guam Election Commission. GEC executive director John Blas says that the law requires that candidates file by the tenth day after a primary election whether or not they were successful in that election.
After today’s filing candidates moving on to the general election will be required to file two more campaign contributions and expenditures reports. “With the upcoming general election these reports will be due ten days prior to the general election and then 20 days following the general election,” explained Blas.
The GEC board will meet on Wednesday at 4pm.
Immediately following the meeting they will draw names for ballot placement on the general election.