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GOP announces possible candidates

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Republican Party of Guam has released a list of potential candidates running in this year's election. During the party's Lincoln Dinner Friday evening the GOP announced the list of candidates who have indicated an interest or who have been invited to run for office.


Here's the list:

Legislature:
Sen. Aline Yamashita
Sen. Brant McCreadie
Sen. Tony Ada
Sen. Michael Limtiaco
Sen. Tommy Morrison
Sen. Chris Duenas
Former Sen. Jimmy Espalon
Wil Castro
Mary Torres
Glenn Leon Guerrero
Vice Gaza
Adonis Mendiola
Valentino Perez
Eric Palacios
Felix Benavente
Roland Blas
Michelle Taitano

Washington Delegate

Former Senator Frank Blas, Jr.
Former Governor Felix Camacho



According to Mike Benito, Republican Party Chairman, the party is seeing growth and momentum.
"The slate of candidates represents diversity from different cross-sections of the community. The
people of Guam are looking for leaders that will grow the economy and improve the quality
of life for working families on Guam, and the Republican Party is answering this call. " Benito adds
He adds they are pleased with the growth and interest in the party and that all are welcome.

 

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