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The Democratic Party of Guam is a political party in Guam affiliated with the U.S. Democratic Party. Its origins lie in the Popular Party, which was the only political party on Guam until 1956. In addition to appointed Governor Manuel F.L. Guerrero, the first person of native Chamorro descent to rise to the highest office in the territory, three Guamanian Governors have been affiliated with the party: Ricardo J. Bordallo, Carl T.C. Gutierrez, and Lourdes A. Leon Guerrero.

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  • The Democratic Party of Guam is a political party in Guam affiliated with the U.S. Democratic Party. Its origins lie in the Popular Party, which was the only political party on Guam until 1956. In addition to appointed Governor Manuel F.L. Guerrero, the first person of native Chamorro descent to rise to the highest office in the territory, three Guamanian Governors have been affiliated with the party: Ricardo J. Bordallo, Carl T.C. Gutierrez, and Lourdes A. Leon Guerrero. The party has also elected four of its members as Guam Delegates to the U.S. House of Representatives: Antonio B. Won Pat, Robert A. Underwood, Madeleine Z. Bordallo, and Michael San Nicolas. A majority of nine out of fifteen members of the current 34th Guam Legislature are members of the Democratic Party of Guam. The current majority leadership in the Guam Legislature include Speaker Benjamin J.F. Cruz, Vice Speaker Therese M. Terlaje, Legislative Secretary Regine Biscoe Lee, Majority Leader Senator Thomas C. Ada, Assistant Majority Leader Senator Joe S. San Agustin, Majority Whip Telena C. Nelson., Frank Aguon Jr. and Dennis G. Rodriguez Jr. (en)
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  • 1961-01-01 (xsd:gYear)
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  • Anthony M. Babauta (en)
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  • #00a4e4 (en)
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  • Blue (en)
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  • Guam (en)
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  • 1961 (xsd:integer)
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  • P.O. Box 4519, Hagåtña, Guam 96932 (en)
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  • Legislative Majority Leader (en)
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  • Democratic Party of Guam (en)
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  • Center to center-left (en)
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  • Seats in the Guam Legislature (en)
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  • Villages held by Democratic Mayors (en)
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  • Young Democrats of Guam (en)
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  • The Democratic Party of Guam is a political party in Guam affiliated with the U.S. Democratic Party. Its origins lie in the Popular Party, which was the only political party on Guam until 1956. In addition to appointed Governor Manuel F.L. Guerrero, the first person of native Chamorro descent to rise to the highest office in the territory, three Guamanian Governors have been affiliated with the party: Ricardo J. Bordallo, Carl T.C. Gutierrez, and Lourdes A. Leon Guerrero. (en)
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  • Democratic Party of Guam (en)
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