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David Chargualaf, Jr.

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NAME: David Chargualaf, Jr.
RACE: Mayoral
PARTY: Republican
VILLAGE: Inarajan
CONTACT:  FORMER MAYOR FRANKLIN TAITAGUE / NASH BARCINAS     787-9758 (C) 828-8463 (H)             472-8931
BIO:

"David Paulino Chargualaf Jr. 37 years of age from the Village of Inarajan. Son of David P. and Arlene S.N. Chargualaf born and raise in Inarajan and attended Inarajan Elementary, Inarajan Middle and Inarajan High School. Attended University of Guam to pursue a degree in Business Management.

Worked for the Inarajan Mayor's Office, Guam Election Commission, Price Elementary School, Excalibur Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas and currently The Office of the Governor.

Was a part of the St. Joseph Choir from 2000-2013 and was also part of the Parish Council in 2006.

Was a coach for the village youth Basketball teams Inarajan Hawks from 1996 - present , Inarajan Middle School Warriors boys & girls and the Norte Dame Royals girls.

VISION: INALAHAN BECOMING A MORE UNIFIED, CULTURALLY DRIVEN, SOCIALLY & ECONOMICALLY VIBRANT, AND PRODUCTIVE COMMUNITY.

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