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Republicans hope to continue in the right direction

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The Republicans held a wave late this afternoon up at the Micronesia Mall intersection. Both Governor Eddie Calvo and Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio are hoping for your support to remain in Adeulp for four more years.

Calvo said, "We've taken ourselves out of 20 years of unfortunately a very bad situation for the people. Now we've got ourselves out the Marianas Trench and we're above sea level and now we're searching to go to the top of the mountain and it's going to be done with the Calvo-Tenorio team and the republicans in the right direction."

Tenorio added, "Calvo-Tenorio has done great things for the people of Guam. Returning money to them and their tax refunds and the vendor payments and the Hay study the public safety compensation but this is money they deserve, so our island's made a lot of progress in the last four years and I think we can continue to improve on that. But people need to come out and vote. That's the most important thing they can do tomorrow."
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