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Friday, October 5, 2018


Losing by a razor-thin margin can be cause for a politician’s regret. But for Sen. Frank Aguon, a difference of 254 votes is a reason not to give up. He’s inclined to place a bet on the political lottery, supposing he could split the Democrats and hoping he could swa...

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

 Don’t you hate it when you’re trying to buy something, such as a pair of pants that cost $39, and all you’ve got is cash — worth $36.40? You’re only $2.60 short! There’s gotta be some extra money in my pockets! You empty everything out, pulling out those lint-covered...

Sunday, September 9, 2018

Seeking to solidify its efforts to become Guam’s ruling party, the Democratic Party has asked Sen. Frank Aguon and his running mate Alicia Limtiaco to “denounce” the write-in campaign initiated by two political action groups.

The party’s officers wrote to the Aguon-Limi...

Friday, August 24, 2018

(A version of this story was published in the print edition of ourAugust 2018 issue)

They were all dressed for their big job interview. Polished opening statements and confidence filled the ballroom when the gubernatorial candidates bragged about their accomplishments a...

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Politics in Guam is less about policy than it is a full-contact sport. Most island voters don't care about policy. They view politics as just another sport, rather than a selection process by which we choose the men and women who will decide the rules that govern so ma...

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