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Ak meral mereng a sulem e Omdui!!!

Ak medengei el kmo ng kmal kateteboid a rael ma
rebeluu ra elsel tiang meng meringel er kau a mereched e lotobed a result ra mereched el taem.

Moutekangel e kede kmedang ra ulebengelel....

Ke kmal Mesaul ra techall el bla berekii ra delongelam. Ma rengar erroid a mla mo sebechir el mo tmuu ra di imol blai tir mar ngara beluu e kuk ngmai beches el eis ma ungil ludasu el kirel a Beluad. Ke kmal mesaul er tial blai el blim, blik, e blirir a rechad el rokui....

Omdui,

You Rock! Sulang for the site.

T-Angel

As of 4:00 PM, the total vote garnered by the Presidential Candidates are

TM - 4,113
CS - 3,914

Difference of 199 in favor of TM camp.

Guam is next.

Rebeluu!!!! Morkedemiu ea bilselngel a Chin/Seid a merema tmuu ra Guam....Ng kekid a Seid loldubech leng mla mecham a besos er ngii. Ea Chin a olechemeraech losik ra bilsengir a reua Johnson/Kerai...

Elecha e kede merema ra ulebongel mak dio sus ra rechedal a Johnson/Mariur ma Chin/Seid e odersii el mo ra Rubak el Dios me lomekeltengat er tir rokui e lomekbudech ra beluu ma rengelekel el kirel ngikel mo kot er tial meang el sils er kid.


Kom kmal mesulang,

Mosi,

Did they finish Hawaii and all the absentees? Is Guam the last one and that's it.?

Mosi, where you going? Still waiting for the final cheldecheduch from you.

-bachi

Not yet, huwee, but I think we can say "hurray" after Guam...LOL

Guam is the defining moment that will either turn the tide or finsh who whom ever is trying to catch up....

May the best team win!

We must and we need to all unite to support who ever wins at the end....God Bless

Mesulang,

After all corruptions and economic problems, President Remengesau sure is the last man standing!

Oh Mosi, don't say that. So they are still counting Guam? Ng meral meringel omengiil. Yeah, may the best team win! I always believe there is a reason for everything. Ka becherei domes kun. Sulang!

Results include Palau, Hawaii and Kayangel & Angaur in Guam for a total of 8,904 votes cast out of 14,196 registered voters:

RANK NAME VOTES

President /VP
1 Toribion-Mariur 4267
2 Chin-Seid 4089

Senate
1 Surangel Whipps Jr. 6197
2 Raynold "Arnold" Oilouch 5680
3 Mlib Tmetuchel 4766
4 Joel Toribiong 4633
5 Mark U. Rudimch 4603
6 Kathy Kesolei 4567
7 Hokkons Baules 4137
8 Adalbert Eledui 3613
9 Regina K. Mesebeluu 3471
10 Alfonso N. Diaz 3283
11 Tommy E. Remengesau Jr. 3140
12 Regis Akitaya 2943
13 Paul Ueki 2673
14 Adair Sumang 2595
15 John B. Skebong 2598
16 Yukiwo Dengokl 2637
17 Caleb Otto 2604
18 Masa-Aki N. Emesiochel 2489
19 Temmy L. Shmull 2437
20 Steven Kanai 2315
21 Dilmei Olkeriil 2188
22 Santy S. Asanuma 2208
23 Joan Hinang Demei 2114
24 Elbuchel Sadang 1977
25 Haruo Ngiraked Willter 1851
26 Fritz Koshiba 1816
27 Jennifer Y. Sugiyama-Yano 1789
28 Jeff Ngirarsaol 1618
29 Tadao Ngotel 1511
30 Tadashi Sakuma 1591
31 Roman Yano 1615
32 Otoichi Besebes 1568
33 Ernest Ongidobel 1383
34 Mario Katosang 1530
35 Masayuki Adelbai 1308
36 Dwight G. Alexander 1218
37 Lorenza Olkeriil 1008
38 Gale N. Ngirmidol 966
39 J. Risong Tarkong 880
40 Gillian Johannes 741
41 Elia Tulop 717
42 Ngirataoch Nick Ngwal 602
43 James Unique Orak 434
44 Martin N. Renguul 190

Delegates
Koror
1. Hilaro Ngiraidong 336
2. Alexander Merep-1681
3. Salvador Tellames-624

Airai
1. Tmewang Rengulbai 502
2. Noah Secharraimul 286

Kayangel
1. Noah Kemesong 180
2. Jeffrey Titiml 120

Ngarchelong
1. Don Bukurrow 130
2. Faustina Rehuher-Marugg 164
3. Dilmai Saiske 167
4. Marhence Madrangchar 149

Ngaraard
1. Salvador Remoket 312
2. Gibson Kanai 365

Ngiwal
1. Francis Llecholch 117
2. Krispin Termeteet 65
1. Noah Idechong 229

Melekeok
1. Lencer Basilius 161
2. Frank Kazuo Asanuma 77
3. Teodoro Rengulbai 92
4. Danny Ongelungel 53

Ngchesar
1. Sirino Hideo 44
2. Bonifacio Basilius 21
3. Marcello Ngirkelau 40
4. Zacheus Kotaro 40
5. Moses Uludong 88
6. Secilil Eldebechel 92

Ngardmau
1. Balkuu Kumangai 88
2. Rebluud Kesolei 169

Ngaremlengui
1. Alonzo Kyota 66
2. Portia Franz 121
3. Swenny Ongidobel 192

Ngatpang
1. Jerry Nabeyama 92
2. Valentino Emesiochel 87

Aimeliik
1. Warren Umetaro 149
2. Kalistus Ngirturong 243

Peleliu
1. Jonathan Isechal 270
2. Sinton Soalablai 225

Angaur
1. Horace Rafael 172
2. Natus Misech 121

Sonsorol
1. Marcelino Xavier 29
2. Edwin Mario 36
3. Celestine Yangilmau 56

Hatohobei
1. Sebastian Marino 31
2. Huan Hosei 23
3. Wayne Andrew 35

Tabulation is currently on a break and will resume with Guam in less than an hour.

Sorry, I didn't re-sort the Senate. Here is the Senate sorted by rank:

1 Surangel Whipps Jr. - 6197
2 Raynold "Arnold" Oilouch - 5680
3 Mlib Tmetuchel - 4766
4 Joel Toribiong - 4633
5 Mark U. Rudimch - 4603
6 Kathy Kesolei - 4567
7 Hokkons Baules - 4137
8 Adalbert Eledui - 3613
9 Regina K. Mesebeluu - 3471
10 Alfonso N. Diaz - 3283
11 Tommy E. Remengesau Jr. - 3140
12 Regis Akitaya - 2943
13 Paul Ueki - 2673
14 Yukiwo Dengokl - 2637
15 Caleb Otto - 2604
16 John B. Skebong - 2598
17 Adair Sumang - 2595
18 Masa-Aki N. Emesiochel - 2489
19 Temmy L. Shmull - 2437
20 Steven Kanai - 2315
21 Santy S. Asanuma - 2208
22 Dilmei Olkeriil - 2188
23 Joan Hinang Demei - 2114
24 Elbuchel Sadang - 1977
25 Haruo Ngiraked Willter - 1851
26 Fritz Koshiba - 1816
27 Jennifer Y. Sugiyama-Yano- 1789
28 Jeff Ngirarsaol - 1618
29 Roman Yano - 1615
30 Tadashi Sakuma - 1591
31 Otoichi Besebes - 1568
32 Mario Katosang - 1530
33 Tadao Ngotel - 1511
34 Ernest Ongidobel - 1383
35 Masayuki Adelbai - 1308
36 Dwight G. Alexander - 1218
37 Lorenza Olkeriil - 1008
38 Gale N. Ngirmidol - 966
39 J. Risong Tarkong - 880
40 Gillian Johannes - 741
41 Elia Tulop - 717
42 Ngirataoch Nick Ngwal - 602
43 James Unique Orak - 434
44 Martin N. Renguul - 190

ksau, thank you for the update! at the pace we're going with tabulations/updates, i think my laptop's gonna explode from all the refreshing. lol! how exciting!

No problem, I'll try to update as soon as I can get information from Surangel Whipps Jr and his poll watchers: Rukebai Inabo, Surech Bells, Siegfried Nakamura, Reagan Belechel and Kimberly Elarionoff. I would like to thank everyone for voting for him as a write-in candidate and being part of Palau voting history.

ksau, the numbers tell me Yuki and Caleb are ahead of Adair and John. man, the battle for the 13th place sure is a heartbreaker. thanks for the updates.
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14 Adair Sumang 2595
15 John B. Skebong 2598
16 Yukiwo Dengokl 2637
17 Caleb Otto 2604

Sulang e Ksau, Rukebai, Surech, Siegfried, Reagan, ma Kim!!!

Man, JT and CC are so close. The difference is about the same as a passenger load in Air Micronesia.

Aramid,

you took the words right out of my mouth. and when all is said and done, i truly hope that the candidate the people have chosen will do their best for us and our beloved nation.

guam ballots:
ngerch- jonhson- 65 chin- 41
del- dan-29 tina-23 dilmai-13 marhence-39

ngaraard- johnson- 49 chin-55
del- sal-46 gibson-57

ngiwal- johnson-25 chin-21
del- francis-12 crispin-5 noah-29

melkeok- johnson-??(mlo medebdeb)
del- lancer- 10 kazuo-4 danny-6

ngchesar- johnson- 23 chin- 20
del- sakius-4 moses-11 secilli-20

airai- johnson-52 chin-14
del-???(buffering)

ngardmau- johnson-??? chin-19
del-???(mechecheokl)

ngatpang- chin-3 johnson???
del- ???

this all i managed to get. whoever got the other numbers pls. fill in. really bad connection i think alot of ppl are listening.

http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2005/11/11/2003279662

latestguam,

ngatpang: johnson got 6 votes..LOL
that's all i got cause dirrek el kora smechr a rasio rngak

Peliliu

JT-156
EC-155


Correction not peliliu..but KOROR.

my rasio /reception is fine but it seems like diaz is not.

Update:

9,812 votes cast (Palau, Saipan, Hawaii, Guam except for Peleliu)

President/VP

Toribion-Mariur 4746
Chin-Seid 4490

Senators

1 Surangel Whipps Jr. 6448
2 Raynold "Arnold" Oilouch 6050
3 Mlib Tmetuchel 5302
4 Joel Toribiong 5058
5 Kathy Kesolei 4931
6 Mark U. Rudimch 4871
7 Hokkons Baules 4414
8 Adalbert Eledui 3904
9 Regina K. Mesebeluu 3710
10 Alfonso N. Diaz 3585
11 Tommy E. Remengesau Jr. 3532
12 Regis Akitaya 3117
13 Paul Ueki 3004
14 Yukiwo Dengokl 2896
15 Adair Sumang 2882
16 Caleb Otto 2854
17 John B. Skebong 2834
18 Temmy L. Shmull 2801
19 Masa-Aki N. Emesiochel 2660
20 Steven Kanai 2653
21 Santy S. Asanuma 2514
22 Dilmei Olkeriil 2470
23 Joan Hinang Demei 2409
24 Elbuchel Sadang 2266
25 Haruo Ngiraked Willter 2020
26 Fritz Koshiba 2015
27 Jennifer Y. Sugiyama-Yano 1977
28 Tadashi Sakuma 1892
29 Roman Yano 1838
30 Otoichi Besebes 1836
31 Mario Katosang 1816
32 Jeff Ngirarsaol 1764
33 Tadao Ngotel 1631
34 Ernest Ongidobel 1477
35 Masayuki Adelbai 1410
36 Dwight G. Alexander 1372
37 Lorenza Olkeriil 1175
38 J. Risong Tarkong 1046
39 Gale N. Ngirmidol 988
40 Gillian Johannes 852
41 Elia Tulop 850
42 Ngirataoch Nick Ngwal 677
43 James Unique Orak 470
44 Martin N. Renguul 207

Delegates

Koror
1 Hilaro Ngiraidong 385
2 Alexander Merep 1845
3 Salvador Tellames 700

Airai
1 Noah Secharraimul 329
2 Tmewang Rengulbai 525

Kayangel
1 Noah Kemesong 180
2 Jeffrey Titiml 120

Ngarchelong
1 Don Bukurrow 159
2 Faustina Rehuher-Marugg 187
3 Dilmai Saiske 180
4 Marhence Madrangchar 188


Ngaraard
1 Salvador Remoket 358
2 Gibson Kanai 422

Ngiwal
1 Francis Llecholch 129
2 Krispin Termeteet 70
3 Noah Idechong 258

Melekeok
1 Lencer Basilius 171
2 Frank Kazuo Asanuma 81
3 Teodoro Rengulbai 99
4 Danny Ongelungel 60

Ngchesar
1 Sirino Hideo 52
2 Bonifacio Basilius 22
3 Marcello Ngirkelau 42
4 Zacheus Kotaro 44
5 Moses Uludong 99
6 Secilil Eldebechel 112


Ngardmau
1 Balkuu Kumangai 92
2 Rebluud Kesolei 193

Ngaremlengui
1 Alonzo Kyota 83
2 Portia Franz 136
3 Swenny Ongidobel 218

Ngatpang
1 Jerry Nabeyama 97
2 Valentino Emesiochel 89

Aimeliik
1 Warren Umetaro 182
2 Kalistus Ngirturong 269


Peleliu
1 Jonathan Isechal 270
2 Sinton Soalablai 231

Angaur
1 Horace Rafael 172
2 Natus Misech 121

Sonsorol
1 Marcelino Xavier 30
2 Edwin Mario 42
3 Celestine Yangilmau 61

Hatohobei
1 Sebastian Marino 33
2 Huan Hosei 23
3 Wayne Andrew 35


Currently waiting for Guam-Peleliu results.

Unofficial result ra uldekial a sengyo ra proper ma central

JT 4746
EC 4490

HOD
kayangel
Noah 180
Jeffry 120

Ngerchelong
Don 159
Faustina 187
Ngarard 358
GK 422

Ngiwal
FL 129
KT 70
NI 258

Melekeok
KA 81
TR 99
DO 60
LB ?

Ngchesar
BB 22
MN 42
MU 99

AIRAI
TRengulbai

Ngatpang
V Emesiochel 89

Aimeliik
WUmetaro 182
Kalistus 269

Beliliou
JIsechal 270
SSoalablai 231

EMario 42
CNgilmau 61

Hatohobei
WAndrew 35

SENATE

ROilouch 6050
? 3710
MAdelbai 1410
SAsanuma 2514
HWilter 2020
MTmetuchel 5302
GNgirmidol 999
JDemei 2409
? 2801
JNgirarsaol 1764
PUeki 3044
TSakuma 189?
NNgwal 677
TRemengsau 3532
ASumang 2882
JOrak 470
RYano 1838
TNgotel 1631
Jtoribiong 5058
OBesebes 1836
JSkebong 2896
HBaules 4414
FKoshiba 2015
ADiaz 3585
DAlexander 1372
R Akitaya 1117
R.Tarkong 1446
K.Kesolei 4931
SKanai 2653
Gillian 852
Surangel Jr. 6448
M.Renguul 207

k, ppl- heres what i got. Not really sure tho' cause my radio di mechechyokl..LOL

just when i was about to call it a night, ksau posts an update... thank you for your efforts!!

uaisei eh cheers- LOL

thank you so much ksau for the update!
aikal rasio rekemam a kora elert meng diak dungil remengs....ng kora di ou kiklukl meng di merdedkekl a dingad rngii..heehee

again thank you for keeping us posted-

LOL!

sorry yazazii, your update wasn't posted yet when i checked. thank you for updating, too.

YEYYYY!!! It's the People's Turn now..Congrats.! to our new President Johnson Toribiong and Vice President Kerai Mariur for their Victory!!! A Belau omekesang..

kid a merolang!

They are manually counting the Guam-Peleliu votes. Will let you guys know when I hear anymore updates.

have they announced peleliu and the walk ins yet? please update

sulang e ksau!

see you all next tuesday....for absentee votes-

g'nyt and good Luck to all candidates.

GOD BLESS

Ngkora mla mo 1120pm e didiak de renges ra Diaz with updates, could anybody call their headquarters for 411.

Thanks.

a big "Thank you!" to all who've shared updates with the rest of us. good night and God bless everyone!

Ngkora mekngit a renguk abol merek tial sengkio..ngkora mle tanosimi rekid, meked mlo kau cheraro mar mlouak delongelir ra klausechelei, markuk meral liluut el mo mesisiich el cheraro, mechelcha bochal merek eker di momekerang?

Becherei, eke dolocha bai molengull, e close retial blai mengkuk kolongull, mesel deluut el mei engkuk beches el tekoi ma uldasu, ekid a kora mla refresh e rejuvenate, made smile ede kedorm engkora ungil a medad, ma smeled mengdiak deluut el mo kau cheraro e bai mo tarengud.

Alii el Rokui,

After ballots counted from Belau, Hawaii, Saipan and Guam followed by Peleliu-Guam 24 JT/KM and 64 Chin/Seid. Nevertheless, Toribiong-Mariur lead by 216 over Chin/Seid.

We have 762 absentee ballots sent and walk-in votes are left to be counted when absentee ballots return by Tuesday 11/11/08.

Dangulu sizuchus ma ase.

Double Ten

Alii el Rokui,

After ballots counted from Belau, Hawaii, Saipan and Guam followed by Peleliu-Guam 24 JT/KM and 64 Chin/Seid. Nevertheless, Toribiong-Mariur lead by 216 over Chin/Seid.

We have 762 absentee ballots sent and 150 ballots from walk-in votes are left to be counted when absentee ballots return by Tuesday 11/11/08.

Breaking news: I just recieved a c-phone telling me that Seid called Johnson on be half of Chin and him "CONCEDED" but Chin have not "SURRENDER" yet. Seid wanted to unite Belau and give support to Toribiong and Mariur. Seid is honorable man, happy heart even though he felt the loss. Sechal Chad.

Thank Almighty GOD and GOD bless Palau.


Yeah right. He's the reason why Chin will possibly loose this election. If he really made the phone call, that is his strategy to secure a job in JT's administration. Wake Up!!!

Can absentee ballots affect the Presidential results or can we now , with certainty, know the winner?

The absentee ballots and remaining walk-ins can change the outcome.

Chin is only behind by 216 votes.

If all of the absentee ballots & walk ins (total of 912 - I think) are counted by deadline, and Chin receives 62% or roughly 566 of the votes, he will win.

Basically, he needs more than half of the total remaining votes in order to make up for the 216 gap, and on to win the Presidency.

I think.

CAN PEOPLE STILL SEND IN THEIR ABSENTEE BALLOTS???

-1 LOST PALAUAN.

1 LOST PALAUAN

You can express your absentee ballot via "PM Air." For sure they'll deliver it on time.

Just kidding...


:)

If they can make it by November 11 then they'll be accepted.

Your best bet would be to contact the Election Commission and ask for instructions.

I bet chin wins by 1 vote. lol!

1 Lost Palauan,

It's too late to send your absentee. Your envelope has to be postmarked by Nov. 4th to be accepted. You can try though but I doubt. Good Luck.

1 LOST PALAUAN,

Talking about one last desperate move to show support. Just call Comsel or Alan and they will be happy to send either the helicopter or the “PMA” airline to come and express it on time. Lol.


1 LOST PALAUAN,
I think it's too late to send absentee. Check this link below. Comesek accept the fact and congratulte Johnson Toribiong

But, you can still try.

http://www.pacificmagazine.net/news/2008/11/07/johnson-toribiong-wins-palau-presidential-race

will update as soon as I can get a hold of the results from Peleliu

Ksau, let me join the many others in this site in thanking you very much for a job WELL DONE! Your reporting and posting the election results over the last several days have been outstanding and very much appreciated. Again, GREAT JOB!!!!

Sulang and have a great day/weekend.

10 of 792 ballots received so far and 159 walk-in. These ballots are to be counted on Tuesday the 11th next week:

The current breakdown is as follows, 82% of vote from Palau and 18% from off-island out of the 9905 votes tabulated.

14196
9905
70%

1 PRESIDENT/VICE-PRESIDENT
2 JOHNSON/KERAI 4770
CAMSEK/ALAN 4554
216

SENATE
1 Surangel Whipps Jr. 6461
2 Raynold "Arnold" Oilouch 6073
3 Mlib Tmetuchel 5360
4 Joel Toribiong 5086
5 Kathy Kesolei 4947
6 Mark U. Rudimch 4891
7 Hokkons Baules 4437
8 Adalbert Eledui 3934
9 Regina K. Mesebeluu 3731
10 Alfonso N. Diaz 3603
11 Tommy E. Remengesau Jr. 3579
12 Regis Akitaya 3144
13 Paul Ueki 3044
14 Yukiwo Dengokl 2917
15 Adair Sumang 2915
16 Caleb Otto 2891
17 Temmy L. Shmull 2866
18 John B. Skebong 2861
19 Steven Kanai 2670
20 Masa-Aki N. Emesiochel 2668
21 Santy S. Asanuma 2544
22 Dilmei Olkeriil 2517
23 Joan Hinang Demei 2465
24 Elbuchel Sadang 2298
25 Fritz Koshiba 2050
26 Haruo Ngiraked Willter 2045
27 Jennifer Y. Sugiyama-Yano 2002
28 Tadashi Sakuma 1924
29 Roman Yano 1859
30 Otoichi Besebes 1842
31 Mario Katosang 1835
32 Jeff Ngirarsaol 1771
33 Tadao Ngotel 1640
34 Ernest Ongidobel 1486
35 Masayuki Adelbai 1418
36 Dwight G. Alexander 1385
37 Lorenza Olkeriil 1196
38 J. Risong Tarkong 1057
39 Gale N. Ngirmidol 991
40 Elia Tulop 859
41 Gillian Johannes 857
42 Ngirataoch Nick Ngwal 705
43 James Unique Orak 471
44 Martin N. Renguul 221

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