The Green Papers: Guam 2009 General Election
This page is for offices up for election in 2009. Find 2010 elections here.
 
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Elections for Statewide offices and Congress
Governor:0 
Senators:0 
2002-2010 Representatives:0(0.00% of 435)
Estimated Voting age population (November 2000): 
Capital:Agana
 

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Guam State and Local Government


The Organic Act of Guam, 48 U. S. C. 1422, provides, inter alia, that [i]f no [slate of] candidates [for Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Guam] receive[s] a majority of the votes cast in any election, . . . a runoff election shall be held.

 
           

Governor  4 year term, Election Cycle: 2006, 2010. Term Limit: 2 successive 4 year terms. Territorial Governor

  Republican Governor Felix P. Camacho
First elected: 2002; re-elected: 2006
Seat up for election: Tuesday 2 November 2010
The current Governor is unaffected by the State's term limit.

Delegate to the House of Representatives  2 year term, Election Cycle: 2008, 2010

{map} Democratic Territorial Delegate Madeleine Z. Bordallo
First elected: 2002; re-elected: 2004, 2006, 2008
Seat up for election: Tuesday 2 November 2010

Political Parties    Parties appear in parenthesis and italics when a candidate receives the endorsement of a given Party and/or official sources indicate a candidate's association with a particular Party but only where the Party in question does not appear on the actual ballot as such.

Major Parties
  Democratic (affiliates): 1 incumbent
  Republican: 1 incumbent
 
Candidates running under the banner of more than one party are counted towards each party's total. A candidate who has lost a primary or is apparently no longer a candidate is not counted.

Notes

Candidates for office appear on this page in italics where 'The Green Papers' does not yet have independent confirmation from a legal election authority that the person has been officially certified to appear on the ballot.
 
FEC indicates the Federal Election Commission (FEC) Campaign Finance Summary "Total Receipts" for candidates for Federal Office.

 


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