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Candidates disclose campaign financials

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Nearly a week remains until the primary election and Wednesday marked the deadline for candidates to submit their preliminary election campaign contributions and expenditures report.

For the gubernatorial race, the Republican team of Governor Eddie Calvo and Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio received $1.15 million in contributions with the Democratic team of Carl Gutierrez and Gary Gumataotao receiving over $55,000. We should note however that the Calvo Tenorio campaign includes contributions since 2011 opposed to Gutierrez Gumataotao who only report receiving contributions since June of this year. In the Guam delegate race, Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo received and spent the most with over $82,000 in contributions and over $143,000 in expenditures resulting in an over $61,000 deficit. In the senatorial race, incumbent senator Dennis Rodriguez Jr. received the most contributions at $95,000 on the democratic side with newcomer Glenn Leon Guerrero receiving the most contributions at over $61,000 for the GOP. As far the political parties, the GOP received more contributions with more than $107,000 compared the Democratic Party of Guam with over $22,000.

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