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Mike Phillips not saying if he'll run for governor

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Attorney Mike Phillips isn't making an announcement yet on whether he'll be running for governor, but he does say that there will be two teams running on the Democratic ticket in the upcoming Decision 2010 gubernatorial election.  So far, former governor Carl Gutierrez and Senator Frank Aguon, Jr. have announced their candidacy for that political party, but Phillips says the party will definitely put out a second team - and possibly even a third.

"I don't think it's too big of a secret that there are a number of people who are seriously considering and it's not a question of whether they will or not, but more of when they'll announce.  And they're dead serious. So it's just a mater of time from, what I understand," he said.

Phillips admits he is considering a bid for Adelup, but says he hasn't yet made a decision. 

Speaker Judi Won Pat also told KUAM News that she has been approached about running for higher office, as well.

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