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Calvo/Tenorio holding third village meeting

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Governor Eddie Calvo and Lieutenant Governor Ray Tenorio are hosting its third village meeting down south in Talofofo. The meeting is taking place at the residence of Albert and Elizabeth Atoigue on a.s. Lucas Street.

Like the past village meetings, the republican gubernatorial team are expected to meet with village leaders and present senatorial candidates including all six incumbent republican senators along with some familiar names such as Wil Castro, Javier Atalig, Michelle Taitano, Roland Blas, Eric Palacios and Glenn Leon Guerrero.

The democrats meanwhile will hold its Central Executive Committee meeting this thursday. Party chair Senator Rory Respicio could not divulge any specifics of the meeting, only telling KUAM News that "party matters" will be discussed. We should note this will be the first meeting since the party nominated Carl Gutierrez and Frank Aguon Jr. as its ticket for Adelup. That team eventually fell through as Aguon had declined the nomination.

The meeting is set for 6pm at the Sinajana Community Center.

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