|The Green Papers: Northern Marianas 2016 General Election|
Elections for Statewide offices and Congress
✓ General Election: Tuesday 8 November 2016
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If no candidate receives 50% or more of the votes cast for Governor and Lieutenant Governor, a runoff election is held between the top 2 vote getters. The runoff is held 14 days after the results of the general election are certified. The certification is to occur not later than 10 days after the general election.
8 November 2016 returns from the Commonwealth Election Commission.
|Governor 4 year term, Election Cycle: 2014, 2018|
|Republican||Governor Ralph Deleon Guerrero Torres
Elected Lieutenant Governor (November 2014) on the Republican Party ticket with incumbent Governor Eloy Inos. Succeeded to the office of Governor upon the latter's death on 28 December 2015.
Seat up for regular election: Tuesday 6 November 2018
|Lieutenant Governor Victor Borja Hocog|
|Delegate to the House of Representatives 2 year term, Election Cycle: 2014, 2016. President George W. Bush signed S. 2739 on 8 May 2008 creating this office.|
|Independent; (Democratic)||Territorial Delegate Gregorio Kilili Camacho "Kilili" Sablan
Re-elected Tuesday 8 November 2016
First elected: 2008; re-elected: 2010, 2012, 2014 (as an Independent)
Seat up for regular election: Tuesday 8 November 2016
|Candidate list (1)|
|Independent; (Democratic)||10,605||100.00%||Territorial Delegate Gregorio Kilili Camacho "Kilili" Sablan
FEC H8MP00041; 28 Nov 16; Tot $46,904; Dsb $48,454
|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.|
| Democratic (affiliates): 1 incumbent, 1 candidate|
| Republican: 1 incumbent|
| Independent: 1 incumbent, 1 candidate|
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.
|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.|
|Primary dates marked "presumably" and polling times marked "reportedly" are based on unofficial or estimated data (especially as regards local variations from a jurisdictionwide statutory and/or regulatory standard) and are, thereby, subject to change.|
"FEC" indicates the Federal Election Commission (FEC) Campaign Finance Summary.
When available, we post each candidate's FEC identification number, the date of their most recently filed Report of Receipts and Disbursements, their "Tot" [Total Receipts (contributions received or what came in: FEC Form 3, Line 16, Column B)] and their "Dsb" [Total Disbursements (expenditures or what was spent: FEC Form 3, Line 23, Column B)]. A link is provided to the Federal Election Commission's Summary Report for those who might wish to explore the details.
If a candidate raises or spends $5,000 or less, he or she is not subject to FEC reporting requirements.
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