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Written by Filed Under For the month of July, the BookMobile will be at the following places at the listed times...To check on any changes or for more information, call 475-4754. Housing, Yona, 10 JCR Street 1:45 to 2:15 p.m.: Baza Gardens, Tun
Obama-Biden 22,688 Romney-Ryan 8,252 Johnson-Gray 351 The Guam Election Commission yesterday officially certified the results of the 2012 General Election. The certification comes a little more than two weeks after the election took place. Initially,
Written by Cameron Miculka Pacific Daily News Filed Under Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo and Sen. Frank Blas Jr. -- both of whom are running for Guam's congressional delegate seat -- butted heads yesterday over health care reform and the
ON THE NET For more election news and information, go to www.GuamPDN.com/elections . Guam Election Commission: http://gec.guam.gov/ Voters will get to choose new members for the elected school board and a government utility board during the upcoming
Links The Guam Election Commission is unable to place an independent candidate for delegate on the Primary Election ballot, and the deadline to mail ballots to overseas voters is less than two weeks away, officials said yesterday. Though Jonathan
Written by Brett Kelman Pacific Daily News Filed Under IF YOU GO Most of the candidates on the roster for this year's elections are in place, but anyone who wants to campaign for control of the school system or local utilities still has two months to
Links Friends, family and supporters sang "Happy Birthday" to Sen. Frank Blas Jr. as he turned in his candidacy packet to the Guam Election Commission office yesterday afternoon. Blas' birthday was the day that officially made him a Republican
Written by Pacific Daily News Filed Under It's up to the Guam Legislature to decide whether the new law giving mayors power to close roads -- including primary roadways -- for fiestas, rosaries and other events should be revised or repealed. Gov.
Written by Pacific Daily News Filed Under The Guam Public Library System Bookmobile's scheduled stops for today are listed below. It is subject to change: Today Mangilao: Karidat program (Catholic Social Service), Banyan Heights, 9:30 to 10:15 a.m.
Guam lawmakers passed the following resolutions, on behalf of the people of Guam, related to the military buildup. Resolution 15-30, February 2009 Sen. Rory Respicio (Editor's note: This resolution, although not related to the buildup at the time, is