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Democrats, Republicans explain why you should vote for their party

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - While you'll probably see both parties out and about throughout Super Tuesday, both Democratic Party of Guam chairman Rory Respicio and Republican Party of Guam chairman Mike Benito explain why voters should vote for their respective party candidates.

Senator Respicio said, "People should vote Democrat because the Democratic Party adopted a platform through a people power movement - that same movement that identified a strong gubernatorial team in Governor Carl Gutierrez and Attorney Gary Gumataotao, Democratic dynamic senators for the legislature as well as continued support for Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo."

Benito said on behalf of his party, "People should vote Republican because they've seen the results that republicans give - these are the results a Republican administration has provided. If you're talking about timely tax refunds, these are the results of a Republican administration if you talk about adequate public safety, be it ambulance, fire trucks, Police cars, customs and quarantine, this is a result of a Republican administration."

Again, polls open at 7 in the morning and close at 8 in the evening.
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