In 2003, Bordallo became the first woman elected to represent Guam in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Guam – Congresswoman Madeline Bordallo has announced that she is seeking re-election as Guam’s delegate to the United States Congress.
Congresswoman Madeline Bordallo took the front and center at the Plaza De Espana to announce her candidacy. Bordallo thanked all her supporters and family members who came out to the event. Bordallo says she is running for reelection to build off her previous work as Guam’s Congresswoman including keeping the military buildup “on track.” In 2003, Bordallo became the first woman elected to represent Guam in the U.S. House of Representatives.
“I believe that with a united democratic party in this coming election, we can hold onto the legislature, the delegate seat and lay the groundwork for 2018. A unified front will be most important to continue being successful under one Guam strategy,” said Bordallo.
Bordallo will be running for her eighth consecutive term.