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NAME: Christopher Fejeran
RACE: Vice Mayoral
PARTY: Republican
VILLAGE: Agat
CONTACT:  Florence Santos, 988-3324
BIO:

Hafa adai ! I am Christopher Fejeran (Chris) candidate for the Vice Mayoral seat in the village of Agat. I am born and raised in Agat. My grandparents are Jose Babauta & Rosa Topasna Fejeran (familian Undo), Santiago Sustigier & Agnes Nededog Sucaldito (Hafa adai store) all from Agat. My parents are Robert Fejeran, Annie Sucaldito Fejeran, my siblings are Cathy Aguon, Robert, Sandy & Lenny Fejeran and I am the father to twelve years old Jada Rose.

I attended Agat elementary, Piti  middle, Oceanview high school & graduated from the Guam community college (General education diploma). After graduating I started my career in the private sector with Raytheon and other subcontractors for the dept of Navy, in 2003 I gained employment with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) as a screener and worked the ranks to the Behavior detection officer position. I recently resigned after a thirteen year carrer with the federal government to pursue a political carrer.

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