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FRANK UNGACTA
Race: Senatorial
Party Affiliation: Democrat
Village: Merizo

Biography:
Frank Taitano Ungacta, Jr. commonly known as “Koolaid” among his family and friends filed as a Democratic Senatorial Candidate on Friday, June 27, 2014 at the Guam Election Commission. He is a resident of Merizo and is married to Gloria Borja Ungacta. 

Ungacta graduated from George Washington High School in 1992. Shortly after, he went into the private carpet cleaning, hazardous waste, hazardous material and contruction business until he became blind. In 2013, Ungacta graduated from the Ho’opono School for the Blind in Hawaii.

Platform:
In 2008, I became blind and disabled and it opened me to a whole new world.  I sought help in services for individuals of disabilities and realized it was at a minimum. I am running for senator because many people have come up to me telling me that their voices have not been heard and that it is about time a person of disability stands up for all disabilities. Guam has a very rich culture which values the family. We are all family and people of disabilities should not be left behind.

CONTACT INFO
Phone Number: 828-1039
E-Mail: frank.ungacta.jr@gmail.com
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