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Aguon, BJ Cruz, Tony Ada, Morrison have strong primary

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Here are the latest results from Election Central with 32 of the 58 island precincts now accounted for:

* Designates incumbent

CONGRESSIONAL

(DEMOCRAT)

1              BORDALLO, Madeleine *  2,601

2              ARTERO, Matthew               904

CONGRESSIONAL

(REPUBLICAN)

1              METCALFE, Margaret        3,051

GUBERNATORIAL

(DEMOCRAT)

1              GUTIERREZ, Carl / GUMATAOTAO, Gary      3,238

GUBERNATORIAL

(REPUBLICAN)

1              CALVO, Eddie / TENORIO, Ray *     4,878

SENATORIAL

(DEMOCRAT)

1              AGUON, Frank Jr. *             2,899

2              CRUZ, Benjamin J. *           2,776

3              RODRIGUEZ, Dennis Jr. *  2,774

4              SAN NICOLAS, Michael *  2,670

5              ADA, Tom *           2,628

6              MUNA BARNES, Tina Rose *            2,618

7              WON PAT, Dr. Judi *           2,531

8              RESPICIO, Rory *                2,499

9              UNDERWOOD, Dr. Nerissa               2,452

10           GUTHERTZ, Dr. Judi           2,360

11           PALACIOS, Adolpho           2,248

12           CRISTOBAL, Hope              2,137

13           HILLS, Derek        2,069

14           CRUZ, Rodney     1,922

15           UNGACTA, Frank                1,636

SENATORIAL

(REPUBLICAN)

1              ADA, Tony *          4,077

2              MORRISON, Tommy *        4,004

3              ESPALDON, Jim 3,702

4              DUENAS, Chris * 3,695

5              BLAS, Frank Jr.    3,667

6              CASTRO, Wil        3,328

7              YAMASHITA, Aline *           3,306

8              MCCREADIE, Brant *          3,298

9              MENDIOLA, Adonis            3,186

10           LEON GUERRERO, Glenn 3,071

11           TORRES, Mary     3,022

12           BLAS, Roland       2,835

13           TAITANO, Michelle              2,569

14           PEREZ, Valentino                2,445

15           BENAVENTE, Felix             2,440

16           CARLOS, Romeo                1,582

REVIEW THE RESULTS FROM THE DECISION 2014 PRIMARY ELECTION

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