Guam Bill to Abolish Primaries Has Hearing

The Guam legislative committee that handles election law bills will hear Bill 45 on August 7. The bill abolishes partisan primaries, to save taxpayers $400,000 per election year. It also converts the legislature from a full-time legislature to a part-time legislature. The bill is backed by Guam Citizens for Public Accountability, which has this commentary on the bill.


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Guam Bill to Abolish Primaries Has Hearing — 2 Comments

  1. If Guam abolishes primaries, will the general election be by single plurality voting, or will there
    be ranked choice voting?

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