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Presidential Nominating Process
Territorial Caucus (Party run primary): Saturday 5 May 20121
Democrats
CandidatePopular
Vote
Delegate Votes
Hard TotalFloor Vote
Obama, Barack Hussein700 100.00%7.0  58.33%12.0 100.00%
Uncommitted 5.0  41.67% 
(available)   
Total700 100.00%12.0 100.00%12.0 100.00%

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Starting on Tuesday 20 March 2012, a 15% pledged delegate bonus is awarded when clusters of 3 or more neighboring states begin on the same date. American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands are considered neighboring states of each other. [Reg 5.1.C Article I.C.2.b]


   

Saturday 5 May 2012: A Territorial Caucus meets to choose 7 of Guam's 12 delegates to the Democratic National Convention (representing 7 of Guam's 12 delegate votes at the National Convention). Guam's caucus is conducted like a party-run primary where voters cast secret ballots in their respective precincts. Polls open at 10 a.m (?) and close at 8 p.m. (?) local time (UTC+10 hours). A mandatory 15 percent threshold is required in order for a presidential contender to be allocated National Convention delegates.

  • These 7 at-large delegates to the National Convention are allocated to the presidential contenders in a way which reflects the percentage of support for the candidates at the Territorial Caucus.

The remaining 5 delegates (representing Guam's remaining 5 delegate votes) are Unpledged PLEOs who will go to the Democratic National Convention officially "Unpledged".

  • This territory's Democratic Member of Congress (Territorial Delegate Madeleine Z. Bordallo) (=a non-voting Delegate in the House of Representatives); the territorial Delegate is an "Unpledged PLEO" and casts 1 delegate vote.
  • This territory's 4 Democratic National Committee members: each of these territorial DNC members casts 1 vote.

7 May 2012 from Democrats vote for their national delegates and VIDEO: Guam Democrats Choose Delegates for Charlotte National Convention. "The ... Party ... concluded its islandwide election of delegates ... More than 700 island Democrats voted for 7 delegates ... to ... the Democratic National Convention ..."


Delegation to the National Convention

Guam Delegation (as posted at http://www.democrats.org/2012-convention-delegate-list, 20 August 2012)

 
NameResidence
Theresa C ArriolaBarrigada
Derick Baza HillsAgat
Regine Biscoe LeeHagatna
Madaleine Z BordalloWashington
John Junior CalvoHagatna
Adam P CarbullidoWashington
Benjamin J.F CruzPiti
Carl T.C GutierrezHagatna
Darren GutierrezAgana Heights
Pilar C LujanHagatna
Gloria B Nelson 
Whitney QuinleyHagatna
Rory J RespicioHagatna
David L Shimizu 
Taling M TaitanoBarrigada
Sarah M Thomas-NedediyTamuning
John J WhittPasadena

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1 Democratic Party's "First Determining Step" of the delegate selection process.

 


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