Peaceful start to voting in American Samoa
Apia: Voting in American Samoa has started off quietly but is expected to pick up this afternoon.
Electors will vote on the US territory’s governor and deputy, delegate to Congress, and 20 members of the House of Representative.
The territory’s voters do not have the right to vote for the President. Turnout is expected to be strong, at about 80 per cent but our correspondent in Pago Pago Monica Miller said so far its been quiet.