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UOG Mock Election

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - After hosting a series of senatorial candidate forums, the University of Guam Political Science Program released the results of their mock election. During the senatorial forums, audience members were given the opportunity to vote for no more than 15 candidates for the 33rd Guam Legislature.

Here are the results:

1-      Frank Aguon, Jr.

2-      Judith Won Pat (did not participate in forum)

3-      Dennis Rodriguez, Jr.

4-      Tommy Morrison

5-      Tina Muna Barnes

6-      Michael San Nicolas

7-      Wil Castro

8-      Mary Torres

9-       Frank Blas, Jr.

10-   Nerissa Underwood

11-   Derick Baza Hills

12-   BJ Cruz

13-   Tom Ada (did not participate in forum)

14-   Jim Espaldon (did not participate in forum)

15-   Adonis Mendiola

16-   Rory Respicio (did not participate in forum)

17-   Aline Yamashita (did not participate in forum)

18-   Judith Guthertz

19-   Tony Ada (did not participate in forum)

20-   Hope Cristobal

21-   Glenn Leon Guerrero

22-   Brant McCreadie

23-   Felix Benavente

24-   Chris Duenas (did not participate in forum)

25-   Rodney Cruz, Jr

26-   Adolpho Palacios

27-   Michelle Taitano

28-   Roland Blas

29-   Val Perez

30-   Frank Ungacta, Jr. (did not participate in forum)

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