Guam Republican Senator Wil Castro says he is confident and excited about his candidacy for Guam’s seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
During an interview with K57’s Phil Leon Guerrero Thursday morning, Castro said he believes there is a stark difference between himself and the other two candidates for delegate.
“I stepped up because I want to offer the people of Guam a choice in terms of the leadership style and policy direction of the territory and frankly the rest of the region. I think I bring some characteristic traits that differ from the incumbent and if we get to sit side by side with the other Democrat challenger hopefully, we can see what those differences are as well,” Castro said.
If there is an August primary, Castro will face the winner of the Democratic contest between incumbent Guam Congressman Michael San Nicolas and former delegate Dr. Robert Underwood.