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2000 Guam Congressional Results
Filing Deadline: Primary 9/00
Last Updated: November 18, 2000
Predictions, Notes, List of State Parties
President, William J. Clinton (D) barred from 3rd term,
Non-binding Advisory Vote
Albert A. "Al" Gore, Jr. (D) 47.2% George W. "Dubya" Bush (R) 51.6% Harry Browne (L) 1.2%,
Public Auditor, Non-partisan
Doris Flores Brooks 50.5%, John Joseph Cruz, Sr. 8.8%, Jesus L. Perez 5.9%, John Albert Rios 22.6%, Austin J. "Sonny" Shelton 12.2%,
Delegate to Congress, 76.1% in '98, 4th term,
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: 90% Democrat
Robert A. Underwood (D) 78.1% '98 nominee Manuel Q. "Manny" Cruz (R) 21.9% Ignacio Quintos Miranda (I) 0.0%

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