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Guam had a primary election on September 2nd.

Results[]

Preliminary

US House Delegate[]

  • Madeleine Bordallo, 18,642 (no opposition)

Governor[]

Republican Party

  • Felix Camacho, 4,352
  • Kaleo Moylan, 2,489

Democratic Party

  • Robert Underwood, 11,879
  • Carl Gutierrez, 10,812

Attorney General[]

  • Alicia Limtiaco, 9,871
  • Vern Perez, 7,467
  • Douglas Moylan, 5,220

Legislature[]

Members of the Legislature are elected At Large, with the 15 most popular candidates elected to office. The Democratic Party had more than 15 candidates, so they held a primary election to determine the top 15. Here are the preliminary results as reported by Guam Pacific Daily News, in order of popularity.

  1. Judith Won Pat, 15,445
  2. Rory Respicio, 14,128
  3. Vicente Pangelinan, 13,465
  4. Adolpho Palacios, 13,341
  5. David Shimizu, 12,985
  6. Tina Muna-Barnes, 12,653
  7. Judith Guthertz, 11,771
  8. Don Parkinson, 11,201
  9. Angel Sablan, 9,581
  10. Jose Terlaje, 9,192
  11. Jose Chargualaf, 7,438
  12. Dave Duenas, 7,168
  13. Trini Torres, 7,132
  14. Angela Santos, 6,908
  15. Romeo Hernandez, 6,835

The following candidates didn't make the 15 seat cutoff:

  1. Robert Benavente, 6,675
  2. Elwin Quitano, 6,598
  3. Vicente Garrido, 6,390
  4. Ivan Carbullido, 6,133
  5. Sedfrey Linsangan, 5,239
  6. Alejandro Gay, 3,476
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