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Could we see a democrat gubernatorial team?

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The Democratic Party of Guam is meeting this evening in Sinajana. As we reported with less than one month left until the deadline to file for candidacy, a democrat gubernatorial duo may be emerging.  Earlier this week The People's Movement picked up a packet for former governor Carl Gutierrez and Attorney Gary Gumataotao. It's not clear whether an official announcement will be made this evening. However according to Gumataotao's father Piti mayor Vicente Gumataotao who is a Republican, told KUAM that while he loves his son, he would not support him even accusing the Democratic Party of "using" him. The mayor said instead he would be supporting Governor Eddie Calvo for a second term because "he is a good and honest man".  Gutierrez and Gumataotao have been unavailable for comment but on Gumataotao's Facebook page this morning, he posted "I understand that my father made some unfavorable comments regarding my candidacy. My response - 'love thy father'."
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