2014 Guamanian general election

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Guamanian general election, 2014

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  Governor Eddie Calvo.jpg Madeleine Bordallo and Carl T.C. Gutierrez.jpg
Nominee Eddie Calvo Carl T.C. Gutierrez
Party Republican Democratic
Running mate Ray Tenorio Gary Gumataotao
Popular vote 22,512 12,712
Percentage 63.70% 35.97%

Governor before election

Eddie Calvo
Republican

Elected Governor

Eddie Calvo
Republican

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General elections were held in Guam on November 4, 2014.[1] Voters elected the Governor, Legislature, and territory's Delegate to the United States House of Representatives. Primary elections were held on 30 August.

The Democratic and Republican primary elections were held on August 30, 2014.

Candidates for Governor[edit]

Democratic[edit]

  • Former Governor Carl T. C. Gutierrez. Previously served as Governor for two terms from January 2, 1995 until January 6, 2003.
    • Attorney Gary W. F. Gumataotao is Gutierrez running mate.

Republican[edit]

Candidates for Congressional Delegate[edit]

Democratic[edit]

  • Madeleine Bordallo, incumbent Delegate
  • Matthew Pascual Artero, current realtor from Artero Realty.

Republican[edit]

Candidates for Guam legislature[edit]

Guamanian legislative election, 2014

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All 15 seats of the Legislature of Guam
  Majority party Minority party
 
Leader Judith T.P. Won Pat V. Anthony Ada
Party Democratic Republican
Leader's seat At-large district At-large district
Last election 9 seats 6 seats
Seats won 9 6
Seat change Increase 9 Decrease 6

Speaker before election

Judith Won Pat
Democratic

Elected Speaker

Judith Won Pat
Democratic

Democratic candidates[edit]

Republican candidates[edit]

  • Mary Camacho Torres
  • Roland Blas
  • Christopher M. Duenas (I)
  • Vicente Anthony "Tony" Ada (I)
  • Valentino "Val" Gumataotao Perez
  • Glenn Leon Guerrero
  • Frank Blas, Jr.
  • Thomas "Tommy" Morrison (I)
  • Brant McCreadie (I)
  • James "Jim" Espaldon
  • Aline A. Yamashita (I)
  • Adonis J.C. Mendiola
  • MiChelle Hope Taitano
  • William "Wil" Castro
  • Felix Crisostomo Benavente

Defeated in primary[edit]

  • Romeo Carlos

Withdrew[edit]

Republican[edit]

  • Eric Palacios
  • Javier Atalig
  • Michael Limtiaco
  • Paul Sardoma
  • Ray Cruz Haddock
  • Victor A. Gaza

Declined[edit]

Democrat[edit]

Attorney General candidates[edit]

Two candidates are seeking election as Attorney General, Leonardo Rapadas and retiring Superior Court of Guam judge Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson.

Consolidated Commission on Utilities candidate[edit]

Eleven candidates are seeking election as CCU will take three seats.

  • Simon A. Sanchez II (I)
  • Andrew "Andy" S. Leon Guerrero
  • Francis E. Santos
  • Earl Joseph Garrido
  • Frederick Phil Quinene Tupaz
  • William "Bill" H. Hagen
  • Benigno Manibusan Palomo (I)
  • Joseph George Bamba
  • William "Bill" A. Payne, Jr.
  • Jose S. Servino
  • Eloy Perez Hara (I)

Guam Education Board candidate[edit]

Nine candidates are seeking election as Guam Education Board will take six seats.

  • Peter Alexis D. Ada (I)
  • Joseph Cruz Santos
  • Lourdes Benavente (I)
  • Jose Q. Cruz (I)
  • Ronald Ayuyu (I)
  • Lourdes B.S. San Nicolas
  • Rosie Rivera Tainatongo
  • Maria A. Gutierrez (I)
  • Albert T. San Agustin (I)

Primary elections[edit]

Results[edit]

Governor[edit]

Democratic Party of Guam primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Carl T.C. Gutierrez and Gary W.F. Gumataotao 7,330 98.14
Total votes 7,330 100
Republican Party of Guam primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Eddie B. Calvo and Ray Tenorio 11,034 99.36
Total votes 11,034 100

Legislature[edit]

Democratic Party Primary[edit]

Democratic Party of Guam primary election, 2014
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Frank Aguon, Jr. 6,556 7.93
Democratic Dennis G. Rodriguez, Jr. 6,420 7.77
Democratic Benjamin J.F. Cruz 6,292 7.61
Democratic Thomas C. Ada 5,997 7.25
Democratic Michael San Nicolas 5,974 7.23
Democratic Tina Muna Barnes 5,918 7.16
Democratic Rory J. Respicio 5,792 7.01
Democratic Judith T.P. Won Pat 5,789 7.00
Democratic Nerissa Bretania Underwood 5,654 6.84
Democratic Judith P. Guthertz 5,382 6.51
Democratic Adolpho B. Palacios, Sr. 5,080 6.14
Democratic Hope Alvarez Cristobal 4,946 5.98
Democratic Derick Baza Hills 4,639 5.61
Democratic Rodney A. Cruz, Jr. 4,380 5.30
Democratic Frank "Kool Aid" T. Ungacta, Jr. 3,735 4.52
Democratic Write-in candidates 120 .15
Turnout 49,249

Republican Party Primary[edit]

Republican Party of Guam primary election, 2014
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Vicente Anthony "Tony" Ada 9,139 8.13
Republican Thomas "Tommy" Morrison 8,800 7.83
Republican James "Jim" Espaldon 8,338 7.42
Republican Christopher M. Duenas 8,296 7.38
Republican Frank Blas, Jr. 8,203 7.30
Republican William "Wil" Castro 7,474 6.65
Republican Aline A. Yamashita 7,460 6.64
Republican Brant T. McCreadie 7,305 6.50
Republican Adonis J.C. Mendiola 7,117 6.33
Republican Glenn A. Leon Guerrero 6,904 6.14
Republican Mary Camacho Torres 6,701 5.96
Republican Roland Ray Blas 6,254 5.57
Republican MiChelle Hope Taitano 5,786 5.15
Republican Felix C. Benavente 5,530 4.92
Republican Valentino Gumataotao Perez 5,604 4.86
Republican Romeo Carlos 3,451 3.07
Republican Write-in candidates 151 .13
Turnout 63,545

US House delegate[edit]

Democratic primary results[edit]

Democratic Party of Guam primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Madeleine Bordallo 5,898 74.30
Democratic Matthew P. Artero 2,016 25.40
Total votes 8,808 100

Republican primary results[edit]

Republican Party of Guam primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Margaret Metcalfe 6,753 98.25
Total votes 11,850 100

Attorney General[edit]

Attorney General (non-partisan)
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson 13,759 65.69
Independent Leonardo Rapadas 7,115 33.97
Total votes

General election[edit]

Governor of Guam[edit]

Election results, Governor of Guam, November 4, 2014
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Eddie B. Calvo and Ray Tenorio 22,365 63.69
Democratic Carl T.C. Gutierrez and Gary W.F. Gumataotao 12,632 35.97
Total votes 35,114 100

US House Delegate[edit]

Election results, Guam Delegate to the United States House of Representatives, November 4, 2014
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Madeleine Bordallo 20,550 57.84
Republican Margaret Metcalfe 14,866 41.84
Total votes 35,529 100
Democratic hold

Legislature[edit]

2014 Guamanian legislative election
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Frank B. Aguon, Jr. 23,089 5.38 n/a
Democratic Dennis G. Rodriguez, Jr. 21,705 5.06 n/a
Republican Vicente Anthony "Tony" Ada 20,269 4.72 n/a
Republican Jim Espaldon 19,444 4.53 n/a
Republican Thomas "Tommy" Morrison 19,381 4.52 n/a
Democratic Thomas C. Ada 19,006 4.43 n/a
Republican Mary Camacho Torres 17,758 4.14 n/a
Democratic Nerissa Bretania Underwood 16,760 3.91 n/a
Democratic Judith T.P. Won Pat 16,726 3.91 n/a
Democratic Michael San Nicolas 16,650 3.88 n/a
Democratic Tina Muna Barnes 16,521 3.85 n/a
Republican Frank Blas, Jr. 16,452 3.83 n/a
Democratic Benjamin J.F. Cruz 15,950 3.72 n/a
Democratic Rory J. Respicio 15,671 3.65 n/a
Republican Brant McCreadie 15,478 3.61 n/a
Republican Aline A. Yamashita 15,134 3.53 n/a
Republican Christopher M. Duenas 14,976 3.49 n/a
Republican William "Wil" Castro 14,526 3.39 n/a
Republican Adonis J.C. Mendiola 13,210 3.08 n/a
Republican Glenn A. Leon Guerrero 13,000 3.03 n/a
Democratic Adolpho B. Palacios 12,406 2.89 n/a
Democratic Judith P. Guthertz 11,875 2.77 n/a
Democratic Hope Alvarez Cristobal 10,776 2.51 n/a
Republican Roland Ray Blas 10,222 2.38 n/a
Democratic Derick Baza Hills 9,234 2.15 n/a
Republican MiChelle Hope Taitano 8,906 2.08 n/a
Republican Felix C. Benavente 6,964 1.62 n/a
Republican Valentino Gumataotao Perez 6,710 1.56 n/a
Democratic Rodney A. Cruz, Jr. 6,412 1.49 n/a
Democratic Frank "Kool Aid" T. Ungacta, Jr. 3,332 .78 n/a
Majority 3,780
Turnout 118,689
Democratic gain from Republican

Attorney General[edit]

Attorney General (non-partisan)
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson 23,092 66.57
Independent Leonardo Rapadas 11,550 33.29
Total votes 34,690 100

Consolidated Commission on Utilities[edit]

Consolidated Commission on Utilities
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Simon A. Sanchez II 17,570 20.86
Independent Francis E. Santos 9,754 11.58
Independent Joseph George Bamba 8,741 10.38
Independent Benigno M. Palomo 8,241 9.78
Independent William Hagen 8,178 9.71
Independent Eloy P. Hara 7,367 8.75
Independent Andrew S. Leon Guerrero 7,255 8.61
Independent William Payne 4,841 5.75
Independent Earl J. Garrido 4,722 5.61
Independent Jose S. Servino 4,136 4.91
Independent Fredrick P.Q. Tupaz 3,366 4.00
Total votes 84,229 100

Guam Education Board[edit]

Guam Education Board
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Peter Alexcis D. Ada 21,594 16.11
Independent Jose Q. Cruz 16,409 12.83
Independent Lourdes B.S. San Nicolas 14,804 11.58
Independent Lourdes M. Benavente 14,746 11.53
Independent Albert T. San Agustin 14,720 11.51
Independent Maria A. Gutierrez 13,367 10.46
Independent Rosie Rivera Tainatongo 12,384 9.69
Independent Joseph Cruz Santos 11,633 9.10
Independent Ronald A. Ayuyu 9,194 7.19
Total votes 127,851 100

Referendum[edit]

Choice Votes %
For 19,692 56.48
Against 15,175 43.52
Invalid/blank votes 2,497
Total 37,364 100
Registered voters/turnout 51,975 71.89
Source: GEC

Newcomers[edit]

Senators[edit]

There were 2 new Senators elected to the 33rd Guam Legislature on November 4, 2014.

  • Nerissa Bretania Underwood (D)
  • Mary Camacho Torres (R)

Attorney General[edit]

The newcomer is Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson is a former Attorney General, and she was elected on November 4, 2014.

Consolidated Commission on Utilities[edit]

There will be 2 new CCU member were elected on November 4, 2014.

  • Francis E. Santos - a former Democratic Senator
  • Joseph George Bamba - a former senator and chief of staff from Gov. Calvo and Camacho.

Guam Education Board[edit]

The newcomer is Lourdes San Nicolas where she was elected on November 4, 2014.

References[edit]