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TOM ADA
Race: Senatorial
Party Affiliation: Democrat
Village: Mangilao
Campaign Manager: T.C. Ada
Treasurer: Aurora A. Vibar

Biography:
Senator Tom Ada is currently serving his 7th term in the Legislature. He is the Chairman for the Committee on Public Safety, Infrastructure, and Maritime Transportation.

Sen. Ada graduated from Father Duenas Memorial H.S., and holds degrees in Engineering Technology, Public Sector Management, and Business Administration. 

Tom served 26-years of Active and Reserve duty in the U.S. Army and retired in 1998 with the rank of Colonel (O-6). He has served as a Deputy Director for Guam Waterworks, General Manager for Guam Power Authority, and Commissioner on the Consolidated Commission on Utilities (CCU). He also worked 10-years in the private sector in various executive positions. 

Platform:
I WILL PURSUE/ SUPPORT THE PASSAGE OF PUBLIC POLICIES THAT CONTRIBUTE TO:
1. PROMOTING A SECURE AND HEALTHY LIVING ENVIRONMENT. Our families deserve to live in a community where they can go about their daily lives confident that they are safe in their homes and their surroundings, and the environment the live in is wholesome to their well being.

2. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL.  Every member of this community deserves to be treated fairly and given the opportunity to excel so they can better the quality of life for themselves and their families.

3. PRESERVE OUR FREEDOMS.  The freedom to speak out, the right to privacy, and the preservation of basic human decency is imperative in a Democratic society that we live in.

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CONTACT INFO
Office Number: 473-3301
E-Mail: tom@senatorada.org
Website: http://www.senatorada.org 
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