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Calvo/Tenorio file gubernatorial candidacy

by Lannie Walker

Guam - Surrounded by a sea of supporters, the Republican duo of Eddie Calvo and Ray Tenorio made their way to the Guam Election Commission's office at the GCIC Building in Hagatna and filed their candidacy for governor and lieutenant governor earlier today.

The two, who have consistently been top vote-getters in prior senatorial elections, have decided to partner up to take the island in a new direction.   They'll square off in the September Primary Election for Decision 2010 against the GOP team of Mike Cruz and Jim Espaldon. 

Although the latter team has announced their candidacy, they have not yet filed.

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