Guam, which is the first American possesion to close its polls, includes a straw poll for president on the ballot. According to the Pacific Daily News, Obama received 20,120 votes (62%), McCain 11,940 (37%) , and Barr 212 (<1%). This contrasts with 2004, where Kerry received 11,781 votes (35%), Bush 21,490 (64%), Nader 196 (0.6%), and Badnarik-Campagna 67 (0.2%). For what it’s worth. Obama was alone among the candidates in having an actual campaign operation in Guam during the primary season.