Calvo Appoints Transition Team; Mix of Republicans and Democrats

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Guam – Governor-elect Eddie Calvo and Lt. Governor-elect Ray Tenorio today [Monday] appointed Jerry Crisostomo and Dan Tydingco to co-chair the transition committee.

Rose Ramsey, Mike Benito, Frank Arriola, Bernie Artero and Eddie Ordonez will lead the transition’s executive committee, which will guide several issues subcommittees. Further appointments to these subcommittees are forthcoming.

Crisostomo is a Republican and Tydingco is a Democrat. Both work now in the private sector, but they have had extensive political and government experience.

In a release Calvo is quoted as saying that: “We were elected through bipartisan support and we will lead by bipartisan accord.”

And Tenorio is quoted as saying that “We want everyone to know that all are welcome to our table.”

Read the Release from the Calvo-Tenorio Camp:

The Governor- and Lieutenant Governor-elect have appointed their transition executive committee.

Governor-elect Eddie Calvo and Lt. Governor-elect Ray Tenorio today appointed Jerry Crisostomo and Dan Tydingco to co-chair the transition committee. Rose Ramsey, Mike Benito, Frank Arriola, Bernie Artero and Eddie Ordonez will lead the transition’s executive committee, which will guide several issues subcommittees. Further appointments to these subcommittees are forthcoming.

“We were elected through bipartisan support and we will lead by bipartisan accord,” Governor-elect Calvo said. Crisostomo is a Republican and Tydingco is a Democrat. They are stalwarts of their respective parties. “There are many challenges and opportunities ahead for the people of Guam. We can seize the future by coming together, and that is exactly what we are doing,” Governor-elect Calvo continued.

“We want everyone to know that all are welcome to our table,” Lt. Governor-elect Tenorio said.

Crisostomo and Tydingco both are in the private sector and have extensive political and government experience. They are well-known proficient managers.

“Jerry and Dan are young, energetic leaders who share our vision for the future,” Governor-elect Calvo said.