Republican and Democratic Party representatives, working with the Guam Election Commission, yesterday, found two more improperly printed ballots during their ongoing review of the ballots from Saturday’s Primary Election. The ballots are supposed to be double-sided, with Republican candidates on one side and Democratic candidates on the other. Voters in the open primary were allowed to choose either the Republican or Democratic side, but nearly two dozens ballots were missing one side. Democratic Party officials have said the Democratic sides are missing, but Election Commission officials have declined to identify which sides are missing.
Guam Election Commission Executive Director Maria Pangelinan said there were about 20 one-sided ballots reported on election night, and two more were found yesterday morning during the review.
Stationed at the Guam Election Commission headquarters at the GCIC Building in Hagåtña, groups of five people — two Democrats, two Republicans and one Guam Election Commission official — yesterday started reviewing the ballots precinct by precinct, to find any that are one-sided or pre-marked.
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