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Ada leading with 40 of 58 precincts counted

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by Jason Salas

Guam - With 40 of 58 of Guam's voting precincts now accounted for, Tony Ada has a commanding lead over the five other candidates vying for the senatorial vacancy in the 30th Guam Legislature:

  • Ada, Tony (48%)
  • Thomas-Nededog, Sarah (20%)
  • Benavente, Martin (10%)
  • De Oro, Art (8%)
  • Aguon, Roque (7%)
  • Sarminento, William (6%)

These latest results include ballots for Merizo, Inarajan, Agana Heights, and Tamuning.

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