About Frank Blas Aguon Jr.:

Village: Yona

Education: 1990 – University of Denver, master of business administration; 1988 – University of Denver, bachelor of science, business administration; 1984 – Father Duenas Memorial High School

Current profession, job title, and employer: Senator, 34th Guam Legislature – chairman for the Committee on Guam U.S. Military Buildup, Infrastructure, and Transportation

Family: Parents – the late Francisco Blas Aguon and Marcelina Leon Guerrero Aguon; wife – Jennifer Uncangco Lujan Aguon; children – Jennevie, Frank Jr. and Victoria, Brittany and Jesus, and Christopher; grandchildren – Keeilah, Nathan, Jenneah, Lylah, Maiya, Zayd and Royce

Hobby: Spending time with family

Your favorite spot on Guam: Fort Apugan

The one thing you love most about Guam: Our people

About Alicia Anne Garrido Limtiaco:

Village: Dededo

Education: 1990 – Juris doctor degree, University of California at Los Angeles School of Law; 1985 – bachelor of science, business administration, University of Southern California; 1981 – George Washington Senior High School

Current profession, job title, and employer: Attorney-at-Law; former U.S. attorney for the Districts of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands (2010-2017); former attorney general of Guam (2007-2010)

Family: Parents – Julia Garrido Limtiaco and Francisco Perez Limtiaco; husband – Vincent Untalan Munoz; daughter – Julia Faye Limtiaco Munoz

Hobby: Hiking

Your favorite spot on Guam: Cetti Bay Overlook

The one thing you love most about Guam: The compassion and generosity of our community

Campaign website: Believeguam.com


Issue 1:

Fiscal responsibility. We believe that fiscal responsibility translates into sustained economic growth for our island. Given the aggregate government debt we live with today, fiscal discipline is not an option – it is a necessity. Any reduction in government operational costs must start from the top down. We must take a hard look at streamlining government operations, consolidating duplicative functions, outsourcing, privatization, eliminating redundancy in our government, and prioritizing the core services of education, health and public safety for our people.

Issue 2:

Health care. We commit to upholding the right to affordable, accessible and competent health care for all; and to promote a holistic approach that prioritizes preventative care and expands incentive programs promoting healthy living and lifestyle choices. We will prioritize resources to strengthen the continuum of care model, and for health and wellness services to be trauma-informed, gender appropriate, and culturally and linguistically proficient. 

Issue 3:

Education. We believe that access to quality education provided by qualified teachers in a safe and healthy school facility with adequate resources is a fundamental right that belongs to every child, and we must ensure compliance with the Every Child is Entitled to an Adequate Public Education Act. We commit to supporting individuals with disabilities and their families by expanding resources to conduct early screening outreach and appropriate services.

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