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Calvo/Tenorio open new campaign HQ

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Calvo/Tenorio gubernatorial team and the Republican Party of Guam celebrated the opening of their new team headquarters in Hagatna this afternoon.  The team held a "We Are United" wave and rally with supporters. 

Candidate Eddie Calvo announced, "Democrats, Republicans, Independents - it's is so vitally important that not just for this election, but for the future of this island that we come together."

A ribbon-cutting followed officially opening the new headquarters that also includes space for GOP senatorial candidates.  The headquarters is located at the former Nissan Auto City.

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