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All candidates (except two) advance to November's general election

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Just before 3am Sunday the Guam Election Commission completed the tabulations for Saturday's primary. Only two people do not advance to the general election - everyone else that was on the ballot moves on to November.

The two candidates that do not move on are Romeo Carlos, who ran under the Republican ticket for senator; and Mathew Artero, who was running against incumbent Madeleine Bordallo in the Democrat primary for congressional delegate.

As for the lone partisan race on the ballot for attorney general, even though retired judge Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson took the primary over incumbent Leonardo Rapadas by almost double - but because of the way the law is written the two will still have to battle it out again in the November general election.

* Designates incumbent

 
CONGRESSIONAL
(DEMOCRAT)
1 BORDALLO, Madeleine * 5,882
2 ARTERO, Matthew 2,008
 
CONGRESSIONAL
(REPUBLICAN)
1 METCALFE, Margaret 6,720
 
GUBERNATORIAL
(DEMOCRAT)
1 GUTIERREZ, Carl / GUMATAOTAO, Gary 7,301
 
GUBERNATORIAL
(REPUBLICAN)
1 CALVO, Eddie / TENORIO, Ray * 10,983
 
SENATORIAL
(DEMOCRAT)
1 AGUON, Frank Jr. * 6,532
2 RODRIGUEZ, Dennis Jr. * 6,397
3 CRUZ, Benjamin J. * 6,269
4 ADA, Tom * 5,975
5 SAN NICOLAS, Michael * 5,952
6 MUNA BARNES, Tina Rose * 5,896
7 RESPICIO, Rory * 5,769
8 WON PAT, Dr. Judi * 5,765
9 UNDERWOOD, Dr. Nerissa 5,634
10 GUTHERTZ, Dr. Judi 5,365
11 PALACIOS, Adolpho 5,060
12 CRISTOBAL, Hope 4,927
13 HILLS, Derek 4,624
14 CRUZ, Rodney 4,364
15 UNGACTA, Frank 3,717
 
SENATORIAL
(REPUBLICAN)
1 ADA, Tony * 9,095
2 MORRISON, Tommy * 8,759
3 ESPALDON, Jim 8,298
4 DUENAS, Chris * 8,260
5 BLAS, Frank Jr. 8,157
6 CASTRO, Wil 7,439
7 YAMASHITA, Aline * 7,421
8 MCCREADIE, Brant * 7,276
9 MENDIOLA, Adonis 7,083
10 LEON GUERRERO, Glenn 6,877
11 TORRES, Mary 6,666
12 BLAS, Roland 6,224
13 TAITANO, Michelle 5,758
14 BENAVENTE, Felix 5,504
15 PEREZ, Valentino 5,428
16 CARLOS, Romeo 3,430
 
ATTORNEY GENERAL
(NON-PARTISAN)
1 BARRETT-ANDERSON, Elizabeth 13,708
2 RAPADAS, Leonardo * 7,083

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