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McNinch believes Gutierrez will still make run for Adelup

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The Democratic Party of Guam has yet to set a date for its next meeting. It was last week when the party nominated former governor Carl Gutierrez and Senator Frank Aguon Jr. to run as its ticket for the 2014 gubernatorial election. The rematch of the 2010 election however was short-lived as Aguon had declined the nomination saying he and his family were unprepared for the announcement adding that undertaking a run requires much consideration, planning and support- none of which he had adequately prepared for.

Political analyst Ron McNinch meanwhile says this is all part of normal democrat behavior adding he still believes Gutierrez will make another run for Adelup. "It could be any number of combinations, and yes Aguon could after consultation with his family after consultation with his supporters and say this is acceptable this is a negotiation process and in negotiations there's always a give and take and its really focused on communication perhaps G/A hadn't communicated a lot about this and since that time, there's been a lot of communication, fences have been mended and they move on," he said.

Gutierrez meanwhile has yet to respond to our calls for comment.

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