Is Guam still a part of the U.S. and can the Guamese vote in national elections?
Guam is a US Territory, and while they vote in a "straw poll" to determine their choice of the candidates, their vote does not count.
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Yes. Absolutely, but make sure you are properly registered and come to your assigned polling place. You never lose you right to vote just because you fail to vote, but if you …miss enough elections, you may have to register again.
Noand neither do virgin islands!
No...you must be a US citizen.
During the Vietnam War, many Vietnam veterans criticized the U.S. government for forcing them to go to war at the age of eighteen but not allowing them to vote until age 21. A…s a result, the U.S. Constitution was amended in 1971, lowering the minimum voting age to 18.
The figure is zero . As we are in 2009 still and many years remain till 2209 elections.
Yes, it doesn't affect it.
The next national congressional election will occur in November of 2010; the next presidential election will occur in 2012.
i think yes, coz they are citizens
No, people born in Guam are Americans.
because britain has lost the plot,and is a gutlas hasbeen.
Because Guam is a territory of the United States, and not a State. Only residents and natives of actual States can vote.
Yes, Guam is currently a United States territory.
Depends on election. For the presidential one that election happens every four years on the first tuesday of November.
The first U.S. presidential election was in 1789. GeorgeWashington was elected as the first president of the UnitedStates. The election was conducted under the new United Stat…esConstitution, which had been ratified earlier in 1788. In theelection, George Washington received all 69 electoral votes and wasunanimously elected president. John Adams received 34 electoralvotes and was elected vice-president.
Not legally. You must be a US citizen in order to vote in a federalelection. However, there are many reports of people who are not UScitizens voting illegally.