Frank Aguon, Jr. & Alicia Limtiaco
Democrat gubernatorial team
Frank Aguon, Jr.
Age: 52 Years Old Wife of 29 years: Jennifer Uncangco Lujan Aguon Children: Jennevie, Frank III & Victoria, Brittany & Jay, and Chris Grandchildren: Keeilah, Nathan, Zayd, Jenneah, Lylah, Maiya, and Royce Parents: Francisco Blas Aguon & Marcelina Leon Guerrero Aguon
Education 1990 - Master of Business Administration, University of Denver, 1988 - Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, University of Denver, 1984 - Father Dueñas Memorial High School, 1980 - St. Francis Catholic School
Senator Frank Blas Aguon, Jr. commenced his political career to the people of Guam in 1997 for the 24th Guam Legislature. From there, he was elected to the 25th, 26th, 27th (Vice-Speaker), 28th, 30th, 32nd, 33rd, and to the present I Mina’Trentai Kuåtro Na Liheslaturan Guåhan (34th Guam Legislature).
He is presently the Chairman of the Committee on Guam U.S Military Relocation, Infrastructure and Transportation. As the Committee Chairman of the Guam U.S Military Buildup, he continues to take an active role in ensuring that both the people of Guam and the federal government equally benefit from the re-balance. His role as the Committee Chairman for Infrastructure and Transportation has enabled him to embrace innovation and aggressively be part of the continuous improvements to our island while looking for long-term solutions to our long standing challenges. He served as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Guam Air National Guard, is the Chief of Logistics for the 254th Air Base Group. He has been deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in 2007 and 2011. He is a member of the U.S. Air Force Veterans of Guam Association; Domino Lux Fraternity of Guam; Guam Sunshine Lions Club; and serves on the St. Franc is Parish Council. Senator Aguon continues to be an advocate for Guam’s Veterans by crafting legislation and pressing on our nation’s leaders to expand and improve service for Guam’s Veterans. He has championed legislation to create Guam’s first Veteran’s Court and Veteran’s Registry.
Senator Aguon continues to defend those who are voiceless and who have been stripped of their fundamental Right to Life by holding those abortion providers accountable for their services. Senator Aguon continues to be active in all discussions pertaining to our Law Enforcement Officers, civilian employees, Civilian Volunteer Police Reservists and most especially, the personal safety and well-being of our community.
Husband: Vincent Untalan Munoz Daughter: Julia Faye Limtiaco Munoz Parents are Julia Garrido Limtiaco and Francisco Perez Limtiaco
Education: Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, University of Southern California 1985.
Juris Doctor degree, University of California at Los Angeles School of Law 1990.
Member of the Guam Bar and California Bar Associations.
Alicia A. Garrido Limtiaco served as the U.S. Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands from June 2010 until March 2017. She was nominated by Pres. Barack Obama in February 2010 and was confirmed by the United States Senate in April 2010. Previously, Limtiaco served as the Attorney General of Guam from January 2007 to June 2010. She was the first woman to serve as the U.S. Attorney for the Districts of Guam and the CNMI and as the elected Attorney General of Guam.
As the U.S. Attorney, she chaired the Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee, Human Trafficking Task Force and Coalition, Diverse Community Outreach Coalition, Project Safe Childhood and Gang Resistance and Education Training Coalition, Red Ribbon Campaign Committee, and LGBTQI Community Coalition for Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands.As the AG, Limtiaco led initiatives that addressed public school system health and safety; internet crimes against children including sexual exploitation and child pornography; cybersecurity and cybercrime including identity theft; gambling and gaming; human trafficking; and the implementation and compliance of Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act requirements by the Government of Guam.
She served as the Chair of the Executive Branch of the Family Violence and Sexual Assault Task Force, and was an active member of the Sexual Assault Response Team Steering Committee. Prior to her tenure as the AG, she served as the acting Chief Prosecutor and as the Assistant AG for the Office of the Attorney General, Lead Prosecutor of the Criminal Sexual Conduct and Family Violence Unit, and Co-chair of the Governor’s Family Violence Task Force.
She initiated the drafting and implementation of family violence protocol utilized by the Prosecution Division and Guam Police Department, and assisted in the drafting of the 1994 and 1998 Guam Family Violence Acts and the sex offender registration and notification law enacted in 1999.