18th Guam Legislature
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18th Guam Legislature

The 18th Guam Legislature was a meeting of the Guam Legislature. It convened in Hagatna, Guam on January 7, 1985 and ended on January 5, 1987, during the 3rd and 4th years of Ricardo J. Bordallo's 2nd Gubernatorial Term.

In the 1984 Guamanian general election, the Democratic Party of Guam won an eleven-to-ten (11-10) majority of seats in the Guam Legislature.[1]

Party Summary

Affiliation Party
(shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Democratic Republican
End of previous legislature 14 7 21
Begin 11 10 21
Latest Voting share 52.4% 47.6%
Beginning of the next legislature 13 8 21

Membership

Senator Party Assumed office[1]
Carl T.C. Gutierrez Democratic 1981
Joe T. San Agustin 1977
Don Parkinson 1983
John P. Aguon 1983
Francisco R. Santos 1971
Ted S. Nelson 1983
Elizabeth P. Arriola 1983
Franklin J. Gutierrez 1983
Pilar C. Lujan 1983
Herminia D. Dierking 1985
Franklin J.A. Quitugua 1977
Joseph F. Ada Republican 1983
Marilyn D.A. Manibusan 1983
Thomas V.C. Tanaka 1975
Antonio R. Unpingco 1977
Frank F. Blas 1985
Edward R. Duenas 1975
Alberto C. Lamorena, III 1979
Joseph G. Bamba Jr. 1985
James G. Miles 1985
Jerry M. Rivera 1985

References

  1. ^ a b Guam Election Commission. "Election Comparative Analysis Report, 6th Edition, 1984". Pages 25

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