31 Candidates Have Filed to Run For Senator

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Three candidates are running for Congress and two for the Public Auditor’s seat.

Guam – Here is a look at who is running for Senator, Congressional Delegate and Public Auditor in the 2016 Election.

 

 

The primary election is scheduled for August 27. Here is a look at who has actually filed to run for the offices of Senator and delegate to Congress.

 

The following people have filed their candidacy to run for senator as Democrats:

 

1. Alerta, Jermaine

2. Muna-Barnes, Tina Rose

3. Bordallo, Fred E.

4. Nelson, Telena C.

5. San Nicolas, Michael

6. Aguon, Jr. Frank

7. Lee, Regine

8. Rodriguez, Jr. Dennis

9. Won Pat, Judith.

10. Underwood, Nerissa

11. Dominguez, Armando

12. Gaza, Victor

13. Ada, Thomas

14. Cruz , Benjamin

15. Respicio, Rory J.

16. San Agustin, Joe

 

The following candidates have filed to run for Senator as Republicans:

 

1. San Agustin, Jose A.

2. Borja Muna, Louisa

3. Esteves, Fernando B.

4. Morrison, Tommy A.

5. McCreadie, Brant T.

6. Paz, Ellery M.

7. Palacios, Eric M.

8. Blas, Jr. Frank F.

9. Ada, Vicente

10. Balajadia, A.J.

11. Committee to Draft Blas, Amanda

12. Committee to Draft Servino, Benito

13. Committee to Draft Duenas, Chris

14. Castro, Wil

15. Torres, Mary

 

The following candidates have filed to run for Guam’s Delegate to Congress:

 

1. Bordallo, Madeleine

2. Metcalfe, Margaret

3. Camacho, Felix

 

The following candidates have filed to run for Public Auditor:

 

1. Brooks, Doris

2. Crisostomo, Doreen

 

 

 

 

 

3 COMMENTS

  1. Senator Absences

    The following is a breakdown of the Legislature’s attendance record for sessions that occurred during the first quarter of 2015.
    • Feb. 16, 2015 – Gov. Eddie Calvo’s 2015 State of the Island address
    Absent: Sen. Brant McCreadie
    Late: Sen. Tommy Morrison and Sen. Dennis Rodriguez Jr.
    • Feb. 17, 2015 – Regular Session
    Absent: Sen. Brant McCreadie
    Late: Sen. Frank Blas Jr. and Sen. James Espaldon
    • Feb. 20, 2015 – Regular Session
    Sen. Dennis Rodriguez absent to vote on 10 bills, one resolution and one appointee nomination
    • March 7, 2015 – State Memorial for former Sen. Franklin Quitugua
    Absent: Speaker Judith Won Pat, Sen. Tom Ada, Sen. Frank Aguon Jr., Sen. Rory Respicio and Sen. Nerissa Underwood
    Late: Sen. James Espaldon and Sen. Mike San Nicolas
    • March 12, 2015 – Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo’s Annual Congressional Report
    Absent: Speaker Judith Won Pat, Sen. Frank Blas Jr. and Sen. Rory Respicio
    Late: Sen. James Espaldon, Sen. Brant McCreadie, Sen. Tina Muna Barnes and Sen. Mary Torres
    • March 17, 2015 – Regular Session
    Absent: Sen. Tina Muña Barnes
    • March 20, 2015 – Regular Session
    Sen. Tina Barnes absent to vote on five appointee nominations and 14 bills
    Sen. Frank Aguon Jr. absent to vote on five appointee nominations
    • March 30, 2015 – State Memorial for former Yona Mayor Vicente Bernardo
    Absent: Speaker Judith Won Pat, Vice Speaker B.J. Cruz, Sen. Frank Aguon Jr. and Sen. Brant McCreadie
    Late: Sen. Frank Blas Jr., Sen. James Espaldon and Sen. Dennis Rodriguez Jr.

  2. Senators passed the bill by majority vote in just a few hours after Acting Governor Tenorio called them into session. Senator Michael Limtiaco was the only lawmaker to vote against its passage while Senators Tom Ada, Michael San Nicolas and Dennis Rodriguez Jr. were not present.

    1. Judy Won Pat
    2. B.J. Cruz
    3. Tina Muna Barnes
    4. Rory Respicio
    5. Tom Ada – absent
    6. Frank Blas
    7. Michael San Nicolas – absent
    8. Dennis Rodriguez – absent
    9. Nerissa Underwood ***
    10. Tony Ada
    11. Mary Torres***
    12. Frank Blas***
    13. Brant McCreadie
    14. James Espaldon***
    15. Tommy Morrison
    *** elected in November 2014. did not vote on this vote.

  3. Senators passed the bill to raise their pay by $25,000 by majority vote in just a few hours after Acting Governor Tenorio called them into session. Senator Michael Limtiaco was the only lawmaker to vote against its passage while Senators Tom Ada, Michael San Nicolas and Dennis Rodriguez Jr. were not present.

    1. Judy Won Pat
    2. B.J. Cruz
    3. Tina Muna Barnes
    4. Rory Respicio
    5. Tom Ada – absent
    6. Frank Blas
    7. Michael San Nicolas – absent
    8. Dennis Rodriguez – absent
    9. Nerissa Underwood ***
    10. Tony Ada
    11. Mary Torres***
    12. Frank Blas***
    13. Brant McCreadie
    14. James Espaldon***
    15. Tommy Morrison

    *** elected in November 2014. did not vote on this vote.

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