Democratic Party: Vote to restore fiscal responsibility

Posted on Oct 08 2021

The Democratic Party of the NMI is reminding Precinct 3 voters to vote for its candidate Corina L. Magofna, in the special election to fill the seat left vacant by former lawmaker Ivan Blanco, who recently passed away.

The party described Magofna in a statement as a good governance advocate that will work for them and the entire CNMI once elected. “There is much work to do to create that better, fairer, brighter future for all. That future depends on all of us who love this community getting involved, speaking freely and without fear, and voting our conscience. The change we want is only possible if we work for it together. Change begins when we vote for it,” the party statement said.


Magofna has a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Accounting from the University of Phoenix, and an Associate of Science in Accounting from the University of Hawaii. Her professional background includes 20-plus years in Accounting, Finance, Budgeting, Internal Auditing and Management.

For more information on the Democratic Party of the NMI platform and pledge, visit and follow it on Facebook @nmidems for more updates.

The special election for Precinct 3 early voting begins tomorrow, Saturday, Oct 9, from 8:30am to 4:30pm at the Pedro P. Tenorio Multi-Purpose Center in Susupe.

On Election Day, next Saturday, Oct. 16, polls will open from 7am to 7pm at Oleai Elementary School (Precinct 3A) and Garapan Elementary School (Precinct 3B).

If you would like to exercise your right to vote but can’t get to the polls, call the Democratic Party of the NMI at 484-3367(DEMS) for information and help with transportation. (PR)

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