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NAME: Jermaine Alerta
RACE: Senatorial
Party: Democrat
VILLAGE: Agat
CONTACT: David Macapinlac (Manager), John Camacho (Treasurer)
BIO:
Jermaine was raised in the village of Agat and is the son of Frank and Ester Cordero Cruz and Jesse Alerta. His grandparents are Bonifacio and Guadalupe Cruz Cordero (Familian Tanaguan) and the late Jose and Maria “Chong” San Nicolas Alerta (Familian Dangkulu).

With over a decade of experience in government service, Jermaine has been dedicated to working for the people of Guam. He was a staff assistant under Senators John M. Quinata (27th Guam Legislature) and Dr. Mike Cruz (28th Guam Legislature). He then worked at the Guam State Clearinghouse under Lieutenant Governor Mike Cruz before serving as a member of Governor Felix P. Camacho’s Communications staff. In the 31st Guam Legislature, he served as Chief of Staff and Legislative Director for Senator Mana Silva Taijeron. He currently serves as Committee Director for Senator Michael F.Q. San Nicolas, a position he has held since 2013, and is the Guam Youth Congress Administrator. In 2015, he was recognized as one of the Who’s Who in the Government of Guam: 40 Years and Under.

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