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GFT candidates say it's time for change

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Carol Somerfleck along with James Nichols, Jennifer Berry and Cris Manglona are at the Guam Premier Outlets to campaign for office for the Guam Federation of Teachers. Berry and Manglona are running for secretary and treasurer respectively. Somerfleck, who is running for the president's position, says it's time for change.

She says the union should successfully enter into collective bargaining agreements for its members. She says the interest of the union must be refocused on the interest of the members, not for some political agenda.

In the meantime, a Meet the Candidates forum will be held for all candidates tomorrow from 1pm to 4pm and again next Wednesday from 5pm to 8pm at the GFT's compound in Mangilao.

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