Republican candidate for congressional delegate

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Frank has spent a lifetime helping others and giving of himself to make our community a better place to live.

The son of a former Lieutenant Governor and retired registered nurse (Frank & Tina Blas), and the husband to an elementary school teacher (Tillie Reyes Blas), Frank is rooted in service and surrounded by loved ones and friends who care just as much as he does about the well-being of everyone who calls Guam home.

While serving as a police officer early in his adult life, Frank made time to mold and mentor young lives as a volunteer coach for youth basketball, volleyball, and football teams. He also became a mentor and advisor for youth drug prevention organizations and started his own organization to expand his efforts to assist adults as well.

Later in his life, Frank transitioned from law enforcement to business consultant and adjunct professor. As a consultant, Frank helped over eighty companies and government agencies on Guam and elsewhere create safer and drug-free work environments. Through his efforts, he helped many employees turn from the life of substance abuse and become productive members of not just the workplace, but in our community. As an adjunct professor with the Guam Community College, Frank taught Criminal Justice courses to students who aspire to have careers in law enforcement.

In 2002, Frank was tapped to serve as Guam's Homeland Security Advisor, and he made it his passion to ensure that Guam was always protected and ready to deal with any disaster that could occur. Despite heavy competition from other states and territories, he was instrumental in convincing the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security and the President of the United States to conduct one of the nation's largest and most comprehensive disaster exercises (TOPOFF 4) on Guam. The exercise not only tested the island's and nation's ability to respond to a disaster on Guam, but it also helped our nation's leadership to recognize and realize that Guam is just as significant and her people just as important as any place and anyone else is in the United States.

Frank knows the value in working together toward a common goal, despite party affiliation and with respect to principles. As a member of the 29th, 30th, and 31st Guam Legislatures, Frank is known and is respected by his colleagues for his ability to transcend party lines and to positively contribute to legislative discussions with the purpose of wanting to bring the best out of every idea. While not shy in voicing his concerns to ideas he believes would not be in the best interest of the community, Frank is further respected for not making his objections personal and being respectful.

Despite the time he puts into his work and to meeting the needs of his family, Frank has given of his time to be a member of his village's Municipal Planning Council, to serve as board member, volunteer trainer and President of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Guam, a board member of the Ayuda Foundation, and Founder & President of the Guam War Survivors Memorial Foundation.