Exclusive interview with Guam’s next governor

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Guam – With the cloud over whether or not a gubernatorial runoff will be conducted, cleared, following the certification of general election results as well as absentee and provisional ballots counted, Lou Leon Guerrero shares her appreciation of Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio’s gracioys congratulations and promise to work with her team for a smooth transition into Adelup, with only 6 weeks left until she swears in on the 8th of January.

Gubernatorial-elect, now confirmed by the Guam Election Commission, Lou Leon Guerrero shares with News Talk K57’s Morning’s with Patti during an exclusive interview, that she will be officially stepping down as the President, CEO and Chair of the Board at the Bank of Guam as soon as December as she assumes her new role as the first female governor, the immediate month after.

She also states that in conjunction with her addressing a priority list that has the Department of Revenue and Taxation as its top most fiscal policy agency for the new Administration to look into, that also includes the Department of Administration, the Bureau of Budget and Management Research and the Guam’s Economic Development Authority, the Leon Guerrero/Tenorio administration will also be moving the Veterans Affairs Office to Adelup.

The soon-to-be first-ever female Governor of Guam, also talks with radio host Patti Arroyo, about the mountain of resumes her team is currently weeding through. She adds that a committee has been assigned to do just that, to ensure that applicants’ interests and skill levels coincide with the position being applied for.