Precinct Officials

Training Videos

Training Videos

Before coming to your scheduled training, please do the following; Read and review the Precinct Official Handbook

Read and review the Precinct Official Training Presentation

Watch and review the eight (8) training videos

Please watch all training videos before your scheduled training date. As you watch, please note down any questions you may have about the processes and we will address them during the training.




  1. Must be a registered voter for the District in which the appointment is made;
  2. Must be able to read and write the English language; demonstrate Math and English competencies.
  3. Must not be holding or be a nominee for an elective office;
  4. Must not be an immediate relative of an elected official or candidate.(Immediate relative means: parent, step-parent, grandparent, step-grandparent, sibling, step-sibling, child, step-child, grandchild, step-grandchild, spouse, common-law, and/or in-law).
  5. Must be able to follow instructions;
  6. Must be able to attend an instructional seminar;
  7. Must be able to pass a standardized examination of the elections laws; and
  8. Must not be a Director or Deputy Director of the Executive Branch, Administrative Director or Assistant Administrative Director of the Legislative or Judicial Branch.

Note:     If you do not meet all of the qualifications listed above, then you should not fill out this form.      Applications will only be accepted with a photocopy of a valid identification.

At this time, all precinct official applicants must apply through their respective political party:

Democrat Point of Contact
Michael Weakley

Democratic Nominee – Precinct Official Application for 2024 Primary/General Election

Republican Point of Contact
Thelma Hechanova

Republican Nominee – Precinct Official Application for 2024 Primary/General Election


Resources to Review

Use the links below to access the files. Please continue to review the handbook and presentations to prepare for Election Day.

Precinct Official Handbook

GLS PowerPoint


Important Information

2024 Primary Election on Saturday, August 3, 2024

  1. 5:30 a.m. – Showtime at Polling Site
    • Hagåtña – Guam Congress Building
    • Asan/Maina – Asan/Maina Community Center
    • Piti – Jose L.G. Rios Middle School Cafeteria
    • Hågat – Oceanview Middle School Classrooms
    • Sånta Rita – Harry S. Truman Elementary School Classrooms
    • Humåtak – Humåtak Mayor’s Office/Community Center
    • Malesso’ – Merizo Martyr’s Elementary School Cafeteria
    • Inalåhan – Inalåhan Middle School Classrooms
    • Talo’fo’fo’ – Talo’fo’fo’ Elementary School Classrooms
    • Yona – M.U. Lujan Elementary School Cafeteria
    • Chalan Pago/Ordot – Ordot-Chalan Pago Elementary School Cafeteria/Classrooms
    • Sinajana – C.L. Taitano Elementary School Cafeteria
    • Agana Heights – Agana Heights Elementary School
    • Mongmong/Toto/Maite – J.Q. San Miguel Elementary School Cafeteria
    • Barrigada – P.C. Lujan Elementary School Cafeteria/Classrooms
    • Mangilao – G.W. High School Classrooms
    • Tamuning – JFK High School Classrooms
    • Dededo (Precincts 18 -18C) – Wettengel Elementary School Classrooms
    • Dededo (Precincts 18D -18J) – Okkodo High School Gym/Classrooms
    • Dededo (Precincts 18K-18O) – Liguan Elementary School Classrooms
    • Yigo (Precincts 19-19C) – Dominican Catholic School Gym
    • Yigo (Precincts 19D-19G) – D.L. Perez Elementary School Classrooms
  2. Please dress appropriately.
  3. Coordinate with your Poll Maintenance Worker(s) to set up your polling rooms/areas prior to Election Day.

Election Day: Morning Reminders


  • Official Primary Election Partisan Ballots
  • Official Primary Election Non-Partisan Ballots
  • Absentee Envelopes
  • Provisional Primary Election Partisan Ballots
  • Provisional Primary Election Non-Partisan Ballots

If not done prior, set up your polling room/area according to suggested layout in supply bag.