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NAME: Wayne Ulloa
RACE: Mayoral
PARTY: Democrat
VILLAGE: Talofofo
CONTACT:  Treasurer: Joleen W. Ulloa    (671) 977-0197
BIO:

Born Jan. 14, 1969

Son of Guadalupe Meno Santos Ulloa and Vicente Cabrera Ulloa

19 wonderful yrs.  Married to Joleen Renee Rabago Wedgeworth Ulloa.

Father to five children Saidee Lee, Crystal Rae, Matthew Wayne, Christian Wayne, BenRee Wayne plus a baby girl expected on Sept. 2016

1992 GED Graduate of GCC.

1999 sustained a lifetime disability from a spinal injury.

2000 - 2007 Relocated to U.S. Mainland (DVR Career/Physical Rehabilitation)

2005 Associates Science in Criminal Justice.

2009 - 2013 Employed as the Talofofo Municipal Clerk.

2011 established nonprofit association (Individual Empowerment To Employment) to assist individuals attain a GED, Drivers License or ASVAB tutoring.

2011 - current  Small Business owner Residential waste hauler.

2013 employed as an archive clerk/accounting tech. 32nd Guam Legislature

2015 Administrative Assistant, Department of Agriculture.

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