John McCain may still be able to carry the 2008 Presidential Election, some illiterate researchers have found. Guam and its zero electoral votes are still up to grabs. Recent polling has placed McCain at a 2-1 margin over Obama, with two residents supporting him over Obama's one.
McCain's campaign has been zeroing in on non-voting U.S. overseas territories and dependency and may be able to carry all of these colonies. Voting for President does not actually occur in Guam, but reports from the island's one telephone show that McCain's support is still strong.
Polls never open in Guam, so it is difficult to determine if they will close. This could be Guam's most important stake in the U.S. Presidential election since Ross Perot won three votes against Eddy the Cannibal's two in 1992.