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Guam Bill to Move Presidential Election from November to September is Vetoed

Published on July 25, 2008, by in General.

On July 22, Acting Guam Governor Michael W. Cruz vetoed Bill 287. That bill would have moved Guam’s presidential vote from November to September. The bill’s sponsor had believed that moving the Guam presidential vote to September would get more attention in the United States for the Guam vote. However, Lieutenant Governor Cruz said, “If Guam is going to conduct a straw poll for president, we should vote the same as all other American citizens, which is during the general election.”

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  2. I guess W has no lack of friends then.

  3. NAU

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