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Adelup committed to working with new candidates

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - At Adelup, Governor Eddie Calvo's chief of staff Frank Arriola says while he's pleased with the strong showing for the GOP in the mayoral races, he felt a Republican majority could have been met had other former Republican senators or even Senator Frank Blas, Jr. decided to run and stay in the legislative race.

"But in the end a lot of the career politicians lost a lot of stock and we could see their stock dropping, and a lot of the new republicans have really, their stock has shot up," he said.  "Our administration is committed to working with everybody from mayoral level to the legislative level to the congressional level and we really, really look forward working with them 0659 and there are many challenges ahead."

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