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ROLAND BLAS
Race: Senatorial
Party Affiliation: Republican
Village: Yona
Treasurer: Veronica Blas Camacho

Biography:
"Parents: +Irene Cruz Bernardo & +David Castro Blas 
Grandparent's: +Concepcion Castro Blas (Tugong) & Jose Balajadia Peredo (Chetla/Camilo)
+Juan Cruz Taitano (Jeje/Korori)
+Maria Taitano Cruz (Kotla/Liberato/Lucas & Andai) & Former Mayor of Yona, Vicente Cepeda Bernardo (Koho/Cocora/Baliga & Tagalo)

SINGLE GOVERNMENT SERVICES: 19 Years in the Guam Legislature, Executive Branch and currently as a Special Assistant to Governor Eddie Baza Calvo & Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio.

EDUCATION: Artesia High School, California 

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT: 

Sunshine Lions Club of Guam
26 years as an Islandwide Techa
Knights of Columbus
Funeral Coordinator
Saint Francis Choir Member
Saint Francis Lector
Saint Francis CCD Teacher

Platform:
To advocate for an adequate healthcare system for our SENIOR CITIZENS and those with DISABILITIES by providing care, attention, most especially to appropriate the needed funds.
To perpetuate, preserve, cultivate and promote our LANGUAGE, CULTURE HERITAGE and LAND PRESERVATION of ancient sites, historical artifacts and our cultural value of RESPECT.

Baihu tachu, difendi yan protehi i aire, i tasi, i taotao yan i tanu-ta. Nihi ya ta-Abiba, Abansa, 

Saluda yan Respetu, FANOHGE GUAM!

ROLAND BLAS AS HE WILL STAND, STRIVE AND FIGHT AS YOUR SENATOR by SIMPLY HELPING THE PEOPLE!"

Campaign Slogan:
"Simply Helping the People"


CONTACT INFO

Phone Number: 788-8915
Office Number: 472-8931
E-Mail: rolandblascares@gmail.com
Facebook: rolandblas

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