Republican Party will not endorse candidate for Guam delegate; asks everyone to go vote

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With the Runoff Election for the Congressional seat scheduled for November 17, 2020, the Republican Party of Guam issued the following statement:

  1. The Republican Party of Guam will not be issuing an endorsement to either Congressman Michael San Nicolas or former Congressman Robert Underwood.  The party’s belief is that while the individual who emerges victorious on November 17 represents the entire community, that it is not in a position of favoring one Democrat candidate over the other.
  2. The Republican Party of Guam encourages both candidates to reach out to Republicans on Guam, and share your platform, specifically your position on issues of importance to conservatives.  The GOP will play an instrumental role in who emerges victorious on November 17; thus, it is vital for these candidates to appeal to Guam Republicans.
  3. The Republican Party of Guam encourages not just Republicans, but the community in general, to vote during the Runoff Election.  Your vote matters, and it is critical that you express that right in assuring that we have a delegate in Congress who represents everyone in our community.

The Republican Party of Guam looks forward to working with the individual who emerges victorious on November 17, and passionately believes in developing a partnership which would benefit the community of Guam in general.  With this pandemic, now more than ever this is a critical component in our governance.

(News release from Guam GOP)

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