Results for the 2022 Primary Election


The Ballots have been counted – and all the results are in for the 2022 Primary election.

Here’s PNC’s Don Sulat with the count.

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All the votes are in, and here are your candidates for the 2022 General Election.

Going head to head to become Guam’s next Governor – we have the Democratic incumbent team of Leon Guerrero – Tenorio who garnered 12,224 or 62.49% of Democratic votes – VS – the Republican team of Camacho – Ada who garnered 3,008 of 99.41% of Republican votes.

Meanwhile, we have Democratic Former Speaker – Judi Won pat vs current Republican Senator James Moylan, facing off to see who will become Guam’s next representative in Congress.

The Guam Election commissioned also certified the 2 candidates for Attorney General, Incumbent Leevan Camacho, and former AG, Douglas Moylan.

As for who could have a seat in the 37th Guam Legislature, we have the following 15 candidates in the Democrats:

Incumbent Therese Terlaje
Darrel Christopher Barnnet
Incumbent’s Joe San Agustin
Amanda Shelton
and Tina Muna Barnes
Roy Quinata
Incumbent Sabina Perez
Will Parkinson
Sarah Nededog
Kelly Marsh-Taitano
Fred Bordallo
Incumbent Jose Terlaje
Dwayne San Nicolas
Jonathan Savares
and Angela Santos.

As for the Republicans we have:

Incumbents Frank Blas Jr.
and Chris Duenas
Jesse Lujan
Incumbent Joanne Brown
Tom Fisher
Maryann Taijeron
Incumbent Telo Taitague
MiChelle Taitano
Vincent Borja
Shirley Young
David Crisostomo
Joaquin Leon Guerrero
Sandra Seau
Bistra Mendiola
and Iand Catling.

The Guam Election Commission also certified the 6 candidates for the Consolidated Commission on Utilities.

Along with the 9 candidates for the Guam Education Board.

The General Election takes place on November 8th.

Reporting for the Pacific News Center
I’m Don Sulat.

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Born and raised on the island of Saipan, Don moved to Guam in the Spring of 2016 to pursue higher education at the University of Guam. It was at UOG that Don discovered his passion for keeping his peers politically informed. Prior to joining PNC Don gained professional and life experience through a variety of odd jobs ranging from an administrative assistant to a bouncer to a luxury retail salesman. In his free time, you can find him flying his drone or doing landscape and portrait photography. Don joined the PNC News Team not only to broaden his writing skill but also to challenge himself to get in front of the camera, ultimately furthering his passion to promote an informed and politically engaged Mariånas. Don's beat is Court, Crime, and Regional and is also PNC's Lead Reporter.