25 September 2016
By Richard Winger
Ballot Access News
Starting in 1980, Guam has voted for President in November, even though
Guam has no electoral votes. The Guam Election Commission always prints
the Democratic and Republican national tickets on its November ballot
automatically. It also puts other tickets on the ballot, simply by
request. This year, the only third ticket is the Socialist Party’s
ticket. See the Guam ballot here.
The presidential part is near the bottom. The Socialist Party
presidential candidate’s name is Emidio Soltysik, but the ballot omits
the “i” in his surname...