Final unofficial results are in: San Nicolas tops Congressional race; Democrats poised to retain control of Legislature

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The final unofficial results are in. Congressman Michael San Nicolas has topped the Delegate race with 13,000 votes, according to the report released by the Guam Election Commission early Wednesday morning. 

He is followed by fellow Democrat Dr. Robert Underwood (9,300) and Republican Wil Castro (5,942)

The possibility of holding a runoff election was raised before the general election should the top vote-getter fail to reach the required 50 percent plus 1 vote.

San Nicolas only got 45.95% of the total votes and did not meet the required percentage.

Meanwhile, in the senatorial race, the Democrats are poised to maintain control of the Guam Legislature, with Senator Therese Terlaje leading the list of 8 Democrat senatorial candidates who made it to the top 15.

Sen. James Moylan followed Terlaje with 17,045 votes.

Here is the final unofficial report from the Guam Election Commission:

Total Ballots Cast: 29,034

Total Registered Voters: 55,880

NON-VOTING DELEGATE

  1. San Nicolas, Michael F.Q. (D) – 13,000
  2. Underwood, Robert Anacletus (D) – 9,300
  3. Castro, William (R) – 5,942

SENATORS

  1. Terlaje, Therese M. (D) – 18,778
  2. Moylan, James C. (R) – 17,045
  3. Nelson, Telena Cruz (D) -15,022
  4. San Agustin, Joe Shimizu (D) – 14,958
  5. Torres, Mary Camacho (R) – 14,713
  6. Ada, Vicente Anthony Borja (R) – 13,683
  7. Shelton, Amanda (D) – 13,409
  8. Taitague, Telo Teresa (R) – 13,310
  9. Blas, Frank Flores, Jr (R) – 13,063
  10. Muna Barnes, Tina Rose (D) – 11,700
  11. Ridgell, Clynton E. (D) – 11,390
  12. Duenas, Christopher M (R) – 11,108
  13. Brown, Joanne M. (R) – 10,113
  14. Perez, Sabina E. (D) – 9,866
  15. Terlaje, Jose Toves (D) – 9,637
  16. Marsh, Kelly G. (D) – 9,179
  17. Ananich, John Albert, II (D) – 8,996

For the rest of the results, check out the complete report:

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