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DERICK HILLS
Race: Senatorial
Party Affiliation: Democrat
Village: Agat
Treasurer: Julie Reyes Baza

Biography:
Derick Baza Hills is 26 years old and is the son of Ike (dec.) and Pinky Baza Hills and grandson of Pete and Julie Baza of Agat. He graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in Public Administration from the University of Guam and served as the President of the 52nd Student Government Association. Derick has been involved in numerous community organizations like Sanctuary Inc where he was nominated Youth of the Year 2011 and served on the board of directors. He served in Twenty-Seventh Guam Youth Congress as Speaker and the Twenty-Fifth as Vice Speaker. 

Platform:
Top 3 priorities are: 
1. Job Creation for many college and high school students. 
2. Economic stability by investing in businesses that invest in students and middle to low income families. 
3. Adequate infrastructure by combating against erosion, improving Guam's roads and protecting the environment by taking proactive, innovative steps in creating policies in renewable and independent energy and ensuring Guam is truly part of and ready for the 21st century.

Campaign Slogan:
"Empowering Our Island"

CONTACT INFO
Phone Number: 565-7465
Office Number: 472-7679
E-Mail: derickforguam@gmail.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/derickforguam
Website: http://derickforguam.com/ 

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