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Guam gubernatorial election, 2010

Guam gubernatorial election, 2010
Guam
2006 ←
November 2, 2010
→ 2014

 
Nominee Eddie Calvo Carl T.C. Gutierrez
Party Republican Democratic
Running mate Ray Tenorio Frank Aguon, Jr.
Popular vote 20,066 19,579
Percentage 50.61% 49.39%

Governor before election

Felix Perez Camacho
Republican

Elected Governor

Eddie Calvo
Republican

The Guam gubernatorial election of 2010 was held on November 2, 2010. Republican Governor Felix P. Camacho was term-limited in 2010 and ineligible to run for re-election. In January 2009, the website D.C.'s Political Report predicted that the Republican Party would retain the governorship.[1] Republican Eddie Calvo won the election.

The Democratic and Republican primary elections were held on September 4, 2010.[2]

Candidates

Republican

Announced

Defeated in primary

Democratic

This is the first gubernatorial election in 40 years in which there was no contested Democratic primary election.[2][7]

Announced

Declined

Primary election results

Republican primary results[14]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Republican Eddie B. Calvo and Ray Tenorio 9,221 58.78%
Republican Michael W. Cruz and James Espaldon 6,458 41.17%
Totals ' %
Democratic primary results[14]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Democratic Carl T.C. Gutierrez and Frank B. Aguon 8,140  %
Totals ' %

General election results

Election results, Governor of Guam, November 2, 2010
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Republican Eddie B. Calvo and Ray Tenorio 20,066 50.61%
Democratic Carl T. C. Gutierrez and Frank B. Aguon 19,579 49.39%
Totals ' %

References

External links

  • Eddie Calvo and Ray Tenorio official 2010 campaign
  • Carl Gutierrez and Frank Aguon Jr. official 2010 campaign
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