Republican Party of Guam

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Guam Republican Party
Chairperson Michael "Mike" Benito[1]
Executive Director Juan Benitez[1]
Treasurer Evelyn Casil[2]
National Committeeman David Sablan[1]
National Committeewoman Margaret McDonald Glover Metcalfe
Founded 1966
Preceded by Territorial Party
Headquarters PO BOX 2846, Hagåtña, Guam 96932[3]
Ideology Conservatism
Fiscal conservatism
Social conservatism
National affiliation Republican Party
Colors      Red
Territorial Legislature
6 / 15
Website
www.gugop.com
Politics of Guam
Political parties
Elections

The Republican Party is a political party in Guam affiliated with the United States Republican Party.

In the 2012 General Election, Republican Party candidates won 6 out of 15 seats in the Guam Legislature.

The Republican Party currently controls the governorship of Guam is Eddie Calvo as governor.The party focuses on tax refunds for the working class, education, job growth, and improving the military.

Republican Members of the Guam Legislature[edit]

Senator[4]
Senator V. Anthony Ada, Minority Leader
Senator Christopher M. Duenas, Assistant Minority Leader
Senator Aline A. Yamashita
Senator Brant McCreadie
Senator Michael Limtiaco
Senator Thomas "Tommy" Morrison

Repbulican Mayors and Vice Mayors of Guam[edit]

Name[5] Municipality
Mayor Paul M. McDonald Agana Heights
Mayor Carol S. Tayama Agat
Vice Mayor Agustin G. "Dinga" Quintanilla Agat
Mayor Joana Margaret Blas Asan-Maina
Mayor John A. Cruz Hagatna
Mayor Nonito "Nito" C. Blas Mangilao
Vice Mayor Allan "Al" R.G. Ungacta Mangilao
Mayor Ernest T. Chargualaf Merizo
Mayor Andrew C. Villagomez Mongmong-Toto-Maite
Mayor Vicente "Ben" D. Gumataotao Piti
Mayor Louise C. Rivera Tamuning-Tumon
Vice Mayor Kenneth C. Santos Tamuning
Mayor Johnny A. Quinata Umatac
Mayor Rudy M. Matanane Yigo
Vice Mayor Anthony "Tony" P. Sanchez Yigo
Mayor Ken Joe Ada Yona

See Also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Members - Guam GOP.com, Retrieved April 21, 2014
  2. ^ Mar-Vic Cagurangan.[1] Democrats seek to revitalize party; executive director named. Marianas Variety. Tamuning, 11 November 2013.
  3. ^ Republican Party of Guam Facebook.com, Retrieved April 21, 2014
  4. ^ Guam Legislature, 32nd Guam Legislature - Senators, Hagatna, 2013.
  5. ^ Mayors' Council of Guam. Mayors/Vice Mayors Directory, Hagatna, 2013.

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