Today, Senator Rodriguez introduced Bill No. 488-31, which was passed by the body later in session. Bill No. 488-31 gives the Guam Election Commission the authorization to reconfigure the Primary Election ballot to accomodate Independent candidates. "This bill is necessary to give all those running as either Democrats, Republicans or Independents an opportunity to appear on the ballot for the Primary Election. I am pleased that my fellow senators supported this bill to help ensure the integrity of our democratic process," stated Senator Rodriguez.
On Saturday, July 7th, Sen. Rodriguez, accompanied by his family, joined many other Legislative candidates at the Guam Election Commission where they were drawing numbers for placement on the Primary Election ballot.
Sen. Rodriguez's daughter, Ashley, was designated to pull the number. After providing the number to Election commission personnel, it was announced that Sen. Rodriguez would be candidate number 7 on the Democrat ballot for the Primary Election.
The Primary Election will be held on Saturday, September 1, 2012.
PLEASE VOTE SENATOR DENNIS G. RODRIGUEZ, JR. #7 DEMOCRAT! Biba Todu Guam!
Sen. Rodriguez and members of his staff will be conducting Community Outreach III at the Dededo Flea Market grounds tomorrow, Saturday, July 7, 2012 from 6:30am to 8am. Sen. Rodriguez hopes to meet with members of our community who would like to share their experiences and the challenges they face. We hope to see you there. For more info, please contact us via our website or at our office 649-8638/0511.