2014 Guamanian legislative election

Legislative election also known as Senatorial election for the Legislature of Guam took place on November 4, 2014,[1] coinciding with the 2014 United States elections and the Guam gubernatorial election. All 15 seats in the Legislature of Guam were up for election.

2014 Guamanian legislative election

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All 15 seats of the Legislature of Guam
  Majority party Minority party
 
Leader Judith T.P. Won Pat V. Anthony Ada
Party Democratic Republican
Leader's seat At-large district At-large district
Last election 9 seats 6 seats
Seats won 9 6
Seat change Steady Steady

Speaker before election

Judith Won Pat
Democratic

Elected Speaker

Judith Won Pat
Democratic

CandidatesEdit

The fifteen candidates who win the most votes go on to the General election. One incumbent seats and only senators is not seeking re-election was Ben Pangelinan to the 33rd Guam Legislature until he died in the office on July 8, 2014.

DemocraticEdit

DeclaredEdit

RepublicanEdit

  • Mary Camacho Torres
  • Roland Ray Blas
  • Christopher M. Duenas (I)
  • Vicente Anthony "Tony" Ada (I)
  • Valentino "Val" Gumataotao Perez
  • Glenn A. Leon Guerrero
  • Frank F. Blas Jr.
  • Thomas "Tommy" Morrison (I)
  • Brant McCreadie (I)
  • James "Jim" Espaldon
  • Aline A. Yamashita (I)
  • Adonis J.C. Mendiola
  • Michelle Hope Taitano
  • William "Wil" Castro
  • Felix Crisostomo Benavente

EliminatedEdit

  • Romeo Carlos

DeclinedEdit

DemocraticEdit

RepublicanEdit

  • Eric Palacios
  • Javier Atalig
  • Michael Limtiaco
  • Paul Sardoma
  • Ray Cruz Haddock
  • Victor A. Gaza

Primary electionsEdit

The members are elected at-large with the first 15 winning candidates are elected as the new members of the legislature. As there were many candidates running, primaries were set on August 30, 2014, for both the Democratic and Republican parties.

ResultsEdit

Democratic primary resultsEdit

Democratic Party of Guam primary election, 2014
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Frank B. Aguon Jr. (incumbent) 6,556 7.93
Democratic Dennis G. Rodriguez Jr. (incumbent) 6,420 7.77
Democratic Benjamin J.F. Cruz (incumbent) 6,292 7.61
Democratic Thomas C. Ada (incumbent) 5,997 7.25
Democratic Michael San Nicolas (incumbent) 5,974 7.23
Democratic Tina Muña Barnes (incumbent) 5,918 7.16
Democratic Rory J. Respicio (incumbent) 5,792 7.01
Democratic Judith Won Pat (incumbent) 5,789 7.00
Democratic Nerissa Bretania Underwood 5,654 6.84
Democratic Judith P. Guthertz 5,382 6.51
Democratic Adolpho B. Palacios Sr. 5,080 6.14
Democratic Hope Alvarez Cristobal 4,946 5.98
Democratic Derick Baza Hills 4,639 5.61
Democratic Rodney A. Cruz Jr. 4,380 5.30
Democratic Frank "Kool Aid" T. Ungacta Jr. 3,735 4.52
Democratic Write-in candidates 120 .15
Turnout 49,249

Republican primary resultsEdit

Republican Party of Guam primary election, 2014
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Vicente Anthony "Tony" Ada 9,139 8.13
Republican Thomas "Tommy" Morrison 8,800 7.83
Republican James "Jim" Espaldon 8,338 7.42
Republican Christopher M. Duenas 8,296 7.38
Republican Frank Blas Jr. 8,203 7.30
Republican William "Wil" Castro 7,474 6.65
Republican Aline A. Yamashita 7,460 6.64
Republican Brant T. McCreadie 7,305 6.50
Republican Adonis J.C. Mendiola 7,117 6.33
Republican Glenn A. Leon Guerrero 6,904 6.14
Republican Mary Camacho Torres 6,701 5.96
Republican Roland Ray Blas 6,254 5.57
Republican MiChelle Hope Taitano 5,786 5.15
Republican Felix C. Benavente 5,530 4.92
Republican Valentino Gumataotao Perez 5,604 4.86
Republican Romeo Carlos 3,451 3.07
Republican Write-in candidates 151 .13
Turnout 63,545

General ElectionsEdit

The members of the legislature are elected at-large with the first 15 winning candidates elected as the new members of the legislature. The Democrats and Republican Party had retain their seats, for the next legislature at 9 Democrats and 6 Republicans

2014 Guam legislative election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic Frank B. Aguon Jr. 23,089 5.38 n/a
Democratic Dennis G. Rodriguez Jr. 21,705 5.06 n/a
Republican Vicente Anthony "Tony" Ada 20,269 4.72 n/a
Republican Jim Espaldon 19,444 4.53 n/a
Republican Thomas "Tommy" Morrison 19,381 4.52 n/a
Democratic Thomas C. Ada 19,006 4.43 n/a
Republican Mary Camacho Torres 17,758 4.14 n/a
Democratic Nerissa Bretania Underwood 16,760 3.91 n/a
Democratic Judith Won Pat 16,726 3.91 n/a
Democratic Michael San Nicolas 16,650 3.88 n/a
Democratic Tina Muna Barnes 16,521 3.85 n/a
Republican Frank Blas Jr. 16,452 3.83 n/a
Democratic Benjamin J.F. Cruz 15,950 3.72 n/a
Democratic Rory J. Respicio 15,671 3.65 n/a
Republican Brant McCreadie 15,478 3.61 n/a
Republican Aline A. Yamashita 15,134 3.53 n/a
Republican Christopher M. Duenas 14,976 3.49 n/a
Republican William "Wil" Castro 14,526 3.39 n/a
Republican Adonis J.C. Mendiola 13,210 3.08 n/a
Republican Glenn A. Leon Guerrero 13,000 3.03 n/a
Democratic Adolpho B. Palacios 12,406 2.89 n/a
Democratic Judith Guthertz 11,875 2.77 n/a
Democratic Hope Alvarez Cristobal 10,776 2.51 n/a
Republican Roland Ray Blas 10,222 2.38 n/a
Democratic Derick Baza Hills 9,234 2.15 n/a
Republican MiChelle Hope Taitano 8,906 2.08 n/a
Republican Felix C. Benavente 6,964 1.62 n/a
Republican Valentino Gumataotao Perez 6,710 1.56 n/a
Democratic Rodney A. Cruz Jr. 6,412 1.49 n/a
Democratic Frank "Kool Aid" T. Ungacta Jr. 3,332 .78 n/a
Majority 3,780
Turnout 118,689
Democratic gain from Republican

Incoming Senators to the 33rd Guam LegislatureEdit

There were 15 senators elected on November 4, 2014 to serve in the 33rd Guam Legislature and were inaugurated on January 5, 2015:

DemocraticEdit

IncumbentsEdit

FreshmanEdit

RepublicanEdit

IncumbentsEdit

FreshmanEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit