The last day to vote early for the runoff Congressional delegate race is Monday.
After that, residents can vote at their village precincts from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Nov. 17. All 67 village precincts will be open, with each precinct staffed by five election workers.
Voters are asked to wear a mask, bring a photo ID and are encouraged to bring a black ink pen. All registered voters are eligible to vote in the 2020 Runoff Election.
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For last-minute early voters on Monday, residents can head to the GCIC Building:
- 9 to 10 a.m.: manamko’ hour
- 10 a.m.- to noon
Voters will be serviced on a first-come, first-served basis; no appointments necessary.
The Guam Election Commission last week said it anticipates low participation for the delegate runoff election, stating that hitting a 40% voter turnout will be considered lucky.
The 2020 General Election had much lower turnout than usual for the island as well, with just shy of a 52% voter turnout, according to Nov. 3 unofficial results.
Guam Del. Mike San Nicolas received the most votes during the Nov. 3 General Election, but not enough to avoid a mandatory runoff with former Del. Robert Underwood, who finished second in the three-candidate race.
San Nicolas received 13,000 votes, or 45.95% of the votes cast for delegate. Underwood received 9,300 votes, which is 32.87%.
San Nicolas called upon Underwood to concede, but Underwood declined, noting the majority of voters didn’t choose San Nicolas during the General Election.
Sen. Wil Castro, the Republican candidate for Guam’s delegate race during the 2020 General Election, last week said he will vote for Underwood.