— From NBC's Domenico Montanaro
How about these voter vignettes, courtesy of the Guam Pacific Daily News…
"Self-proclaimed 'Democrat for a day' Janet Aguon, who voted for Pilar Lujan as party chairwoman, said her pick was Obama. 'I can't see myself supporting Hillary,' she said. 'My reason is that she was out here in 1995 -- President Clinton in '98 -- and they both made promises that they didn't act on. She dares to make those same promises and comes back to us asking us for support. I think that's unconscionable.'
"She said her support for Obama was based on her belief that he understands islanders -- and minorities -- due to his growing up in Hawaii, though she ultimately supports Sen. John McCain, the Republican nominee.
Curtis Van De Veld said he's voting for Clinton. " 'I like Obama,' he said. 'I like his demeanor and the way in which he presents himself, but Sen. Clinton is the only one who talks about the issues.' He said Clinton's stance on Medicare and the military buildup solidified his decision, though he would support Obama in the overall election if he were nominated."