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Republicans choose Telo Taitague to run

After meeting behind closed doors for about an hour on Tuesday night the Republican Party of Guam has reached a consensus on their candidate to run in the December 15 special election to fill the vacancy in the 29th Guam Legislature. Party chairman Phil Flores confirmed with KUAM News that Telo Taitague had been selected, adding, "We look forward to supporting her and getting her elected."
/ Source: KUAM-TV

After meeting behind closed doors for about an hour on Tuesday night the Republican Party of Guam has reached a consensus on their candidate to run in the December 15 special election to fill the vacancy in the 29th Guam Legislature. Party chairman Phil Flores confirmed with KUAM News that Telo Taitague had been selected, adding, "We look forward to supporting her and getting her elected."

Flores added, "Telo's a good candidate she's very concerned about our island she worked hard last year in an attempt to get elected she came in number 16; she's right at the forefront of women's issues, but I think more of it is she carries along a lot of the same ideals of Tony Unpingco and that's the theme of this campaign for the Republicans: 'For Tony.'"

The Democrat Party of Guam could possibly have more than one candidate running as several individuals have already picked up election packets from the Guam Election Commission on behalf of former senators Tom Ada, Benjamin J. Cruz, and Frank Aguon, Jr.