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Primary election - roster of candidates

Posted: Jul 02, 2018 10:56 PM +10:00 Updated:

In a room filled with candidates the Guam Election Commission held a drawing to determine their placement on the Primary Election Ballot.

Here is the list:


DEMOCRAT

1- Franklin J. Meno
2- Celestin C. Babuata
3-Lasia A. Casil (bio)
4-Jermaine Alerta (bio)
5- Sabina Perez
6-Clynton E. Ridgell
7- Armando S. Dominguez
8-Maria Lourdes Milligan
9- Ned Pablo (bio)
10-Telena Nelson (bio)
11-Jack Hattig, III
12-Therese M. Terlaje (bio)
13- Adolpho Palacios
14- Tina Muña Barnes
15- Amanda L. Shelton
16- Joe San Agustin
17-William Parkinson
18-Régine B. Lee (bio)
19-Kelly G. Marsh
20- Jose Terlaje

REPUBLICAN
1-Louisa B. Muña
2- Mary Torres
3-William M. Castro
4-Javier Atalig
5-Julius P. Santos
6-Jeffrey C. Wheaton
7-Michelle Taitano
8- Benito S. Servino (bio)
9-Ryan J. Calvo (bio)
10-Stephen J. Guerrero
11-James Moylan
12-Ken Joe M. Ada
13-Jose A. San Agustin
14-Roland R. Blas
15- Harold J. Cruz
16-Telo T. Taitague
17- Alfredo Antolin
18-Jenei A. Aguon
19-Amanda F. Blas


CONGRESSIONAL NON VOTING DELEGATE
1- Madeleine Bordallo
2- Michael F. Q. San Nicholas (bio)

ATTORNEY GENERAL
1-Gary Gumataotao (bio)
2-Douglas Moylan (bio)
3-Leevin T. Camacho (bio)

PUBLIC AUDITOR
1-Doreen Crisostomo
2-B.J. Cruz
3- Yukari B. Hechanova


GUBERNATORIAL TEAMS
DEMOCRAT
1-Lou Leon Guerrero and Josh Tenorio
2- Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. and David Cruz (bios)
3-Carl Gutierrez and Fred Bordallo (bios)
4-Frank Aguon, Jr. and Alicia Limtiaco (bios)


*Republican candidates who are running unopposed

REPUBLICAN GUBERNATORIAL TEAM
1- Ray Tenorio and Tony Ada

REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL NON VOTING DELEGATE
1- Doris Flores Brooks

The Primary Election is scheduled for Saturday, August 25th.

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