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Guam - The Guam Election Commission has released samples of the September 1st Primary Election ballot.
The front side of the ballot contains the delegate and legislative choices, which are divided into 3-columns: Democrat, Republican and Independent.
The Mayoral races are on the flip side, divided into the same 3 columns. However, 4 villages will not have any mayoral races to vote for because those candidates advance to the General Election. The villages include Inarajan, Merizo, Piti and Agana Heights.In addition, voters will be provided a separate ballot for the Public Auditor race. The ballot has only one name on it; Doris Flores-Brooks. However the "Brooks" ballot also has a line available for a write-in candidate.
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The last day to register to vote for the Primary Election is August 22.
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