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2010 Guamanian general election

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2010 Guamanian general election

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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

Elected Governor

Eddie Calvo

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General elections were held in Guam on November 2, 2010. Voters in Guam chose their Governor, their non-voting delegate to the United States House of Representatives, Attorney General, as well as all fifteen members of the territorial legislature. The election coincided with the 2010 United States elections.

Governor of Guam

Two term incumbent Republican Governor Felix Perez Camacho was term limited and could seek re-election. Former Democratic Governor Carl Gutierrez and his running mate, Frank Aguon, is seeking election against the Republican gubernatorial ticket of Senator Eddie Calvo and his running mate, Ray Tenorio.[1]

United States House of Representatives

Incumbent Delegate Madeleine Bordallo (D) was running unopposed for re-election for Guam's lone At-large congressional seat. She was re-elected unopposed.

Attorney General

Three candidates are seeking election as Attorney General, Gary Gumataotao, Leonardo Rapadas, and William C. Bischoff.

Primary election results

Attorney General (non-partisan)
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Leonardo Rapadas 15,121
Nonpartisan Gary W.F. Gumataotao 8,913
Independent William C. Bischoff 3,124
Total votes

General election results

Attorney General (non-partisan)
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Leonardo Rapadas 17,838
Independent Gary Gumataotao 13,825
Total votes

Legislature of Guam

All fifteen seats in the Legislature of Guam are up for election. Democrats, under Speaker Judith T.P. Won Pat, controlled ten seats in the Legislature before the 2010 election, while Republicans held five seats.

Vice Mayor of Agat



  • Former Guam Youth Congress Derick Baza Hills, is a resident of Agat and previously served as Speaker from 2008 to 2010.


  • Vice Mayor Agustin Quintanilla is running for re-election.
  • Joseph Nededog Salas is a current resident of Agat and running for Vice Mayor.

Primary Election Results

Democratic primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Derick Baza Hills 297
Total votes
Republican primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Agustin G. Quintanilla 599
Republican Joseph N. Salas 329
Total votes

General Election Results

Vice Mayor of Agat results
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Agustin G. Quintanilla 984
Democratic Derick Baza Hills 788
Total votes

Consolidated Commission on Utilities


Three candidates are seeking election as CCU, will have three seats.

  • Eloy Perez Hara, current CCU Vice-chair
  • Benigno Manibusan Palomo, current CCU Vice-chair
  • Simon A. Sanchez II, current CCU Chairman and son of the late former University of Guam President Dr. Pedro C. Sanchez, and the grandson of the late School superintendent Simon A. Sanchez.


Consolidated Commission on Utilities
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Simon A. Sanchez II (incumbent) 20,496
Nonpartisan Benigno M. Palomo (incumbent) 17,025
Nonpartisan Eloy P. Hara (incumbent) 14,881
Total votes

Judicial retention elections

The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, F. Philip Carbullido, and one Superior Court Judge, Anita A. Sukola, were up for retention.[2]


  1. ^ Casas, Gemma Q. (2010-09-06). "Calvo wins GOP primary". Marianas Variety News & Views. Archived from the original on 2011-07-14. Retrieved 2010-09-18.
  2. ^ "2010 Election Comparative Analysis Report". Guam Election Commission. 18 January 2012. Retrieved 6 August 2020.
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