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Guam's Straw Poll Picks Obama, Overwhelmingly

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Residents of Guam don't get to vote for president. But they do hold a straw poll on election day. Those results are now in: just over 20,000 for President Obama, and some 8,500 for Republican challenger Mitt Romney. Jayne Flores, a contributing reporter to member station KPRG, talks about the poll.
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