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Guam Election Commission
2002 Guam Congressional and Territory wide Primary Results
Primary 9/7/02,
List of State Parties,
Governor, Carl T.C. Gutierrez (D) barred from 3rd term, 49.79% in '98,
U.S. Delegate Robert A. Underwood (D) 64.67%, First Lady Geri Gutierrez (D) 35.33%, 1998 Lt. Gov. nominee / territory senator Felix P. P. Camacho (R) 54.11%, Speaker Antonio Reyes "Tony" Unpingco (R) 45.89%,
Lt. Governor, 49.79% in '98, Madeleine Z. Bordallo (D) running for Delegate
territory senator Tom Ada (D) 64.67%, ex-Guam Nat'l Guard Adj. Gen. Benny Paulino (D) 35.33%, territory Senator Kaleo Moylan (R) 54.11%, territory senator Eddie Calvo (R) 45.89%,
Delegate to Congress, 78.1% in '00, Robert A. Underwood (D) running for Governor after 5th term
Lt. Gov. Madeleine Z. Bordallo (D) 59.17%, territory senator Judi Won Pat (D) 40.83%, ex-Gov. / territory senator / 1998 Gubernatorial nominee Joe Ada (R),

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