Guam Democrats agree they want Adelup back, bad

Four competing gubernatorial teams agree on unity pledge, but would-be congressman Michael San Nicolas doesn't

With the countdown to next Saturday's Guam primary election underway, party members and the four fiercely competing Democratic gubernatorial teams seeking to return to power in November decided it was time to ensure that following next Saturday's vote, all the candidates, win or lose, will back the winner. This, it is hoped, will head off the recriminations and anger that build up after a hot campaign and lead to party success.

Apparently Sen. Michael J. San Nicolas missed the memo, not showing up for the meeting and angering the party faithful once again for his refusal to sign off on the family pledge. San Nicolas is running against incumbent Guam Delegate Madeleine Z. Bordallo, Ricardo Bordallo's widow.

Some have suggested that San Nicolas should be booted from the party for his 'go it alone' stance.