1970 American Samoan General Election
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1970 American Samoan General Election

General elections were held in American Samoa in November 1970, alongside a multi-question referendum. Voters elected members of the eleventh Fono, and for the first time, an unofficial American Samoan delegate to the United States House of Representatives. A. U. Fuimaono, a high chief and Director of Agriculture, was elected as the islands' delegate.[1]

Results

Senate

House of Representatives

References

  1. ^ Samoan Elected Governor United States Congress, p70

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