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McNinch: Tony Ada favored to win special election

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by Heather Hauswirth

Guam - UOG Professor Ron McNinch talked to the Rotarians of Tumon today about several fairly competitive political races coming up on island but focused on this Saturday's Special Election for the senatorial seat left vacant by Matt Rector, who resigned this January. McNinch's UOG polls indicate that Republican Tony Ada is the frontrunner amongst all the candidates to date, however, he says another outcome would not surprise him.

"They are all gonna battle it out and you can never tell what is going to happen with elections, but now the dominant candidate, the frontrunner is Tony Ada, but anything can happen in the election," he said.

The special election is this Saturday with polls opening at 7 in the morning.

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