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Final list of Decision 2014 candidates

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Here's the final unofficial list of candidates that have filed as of today's deadline.

Starting with the gubernatorial race it's Democrats Carl Gutierrez and Gary Gumataotao and incumbents Republicans Eddie Baza Calvo and Ray Tenorio.

In the senatorial race there are 15 candidates who filed under the Democrat banner they are:

Rory Respicio, Adolpho Palacios, Dennis Rodriguez, Jr., Tom Ada, Rodney Cruz Jr, Judi Guthertz, Frank Aguon Jr, Michael San Nicolas, Frank Ungacta Jr., Tina Muna Barnes, Judi Won Pat, Dr Nerissa Underwood, Bj Cruz, Hope Cristobal and Derick Hills.

As for the Repubilcans there are 16 candidates they are: Tommy Morrison, Aline Yamashita, Chris Duenas, Glenn Leon Guerrero, Brant Mccreadie, Mary Torres, Roland Blas, Adonis Mendiola, Wil Castro , Felix Benavente, Valentino Perez, Tony Ada, Michelle Taitano, Jim Espladon, Frank Blas, Jr. and Romeo Carlos.

In the congressional race it's Democrat Mathew Artero and Madeleine Bordallo, while running on the Republican ticket is Margaret Metcalfe.

And finally in the race for attorney general, the two candidates that have filed are Leonardo Rapadas and retired judge Elizabeth Barrett Anderson. The GEC is scheduled to meet this Thursday to certify the candidates.
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