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BRANT MCCREADIE
Race: Senatorial
Party Affiliation: Republican
Village: Agana Heights
Campaign Manager: Dina C. McCreadie
Treasurer: Anne Gumataotao Cuasito

Biography: "Protecting Your Families and Our Future"

Platform:
College: University of Guam, Communications Major

Experience:        Entrepreneur / Small Business Owner

                                Wellness Columnist

                                Sports Anchor/Director, KUAM

                                Sports Anchor/Director, Guam Cable TV

                                Former Professional Athlete

Bills passed into law:

Bill 6 Predator Prevention Act, PL 32-012

Bill 99-32 Clarification of Mandatory Minimum Sentencing terms, PL 32-074

Bill 107-32 ""Three Strikes: PL 32-049

Bill 242-32 Indecent Exposure PL 32-126

Bill 272-32 Vulnerable Victims Act, Passed 4/15/14, pending signature by Governor

Bill 282-32 Safe Schools Act of 2014, PL 32-162

Bill 298-32 Methamphetamine Incarceration Reform Act of 2014, PL 32-163

Bill 350-32 Guam Police Department Overtime, PL 32-168

As a staunch supporter of fitness and health, the Senator, recently launched the “Village Wellness Campaign” focused on providing fitness equipment to villages in need in hopes of bringing overall wellness to our island community.  Due to the limited facilities in the southern end of our island, the first village recipients were Inarajan and Umatac. The Senator will be moving this campaign northward in the coming months.  

The Senator remains a strong supporter of the youth and athletics and continues to support athletic teams and programs through monetary and equipment donations.

Campaign Slogan:
Senator Brant McCreadie is a proud husband and father so protecting Guam's families is a top priority for him.  As your public safety senator, he is committed to providing additional law enforcement personnel as well as equitable compensation, officer safety and the resources and training law enforcers need to perform their job at the highest level.  Senator McCreadie continues to push for the construction of a new correctional facility to further enhance the protection of the community and the rehabilitation for offenders and defendants to reduce recidivism.

Senator McCreadie kept his promise and launched his Village Wellness Campaign dedicated to providing accessible fitness equipment at the municipal level.  Several villages have received equipment and villagers now have an opportunity to get healthy and fit.  The Senator continues to work with island Mayors and other stakeholders to see what more can be done to promote and provide fitness in every village.

Taking care of Guam's families in different ways. That is what we can continue to expect from Senator Brant McCreadie.   

CONTACT INFO
Phone Number: 688-9280
Office Number: 472-3462/3
E-Mail: brantforguam@gmail.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/brant.mccreadie              

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