Guam: First Flip Of 2022
Even Guam has had enough of the lying, cheating Democrats. The southern Pacific island, for the first time in 32 years, elected a Republican to serve in its non-voting seat in the U.S. House. James Moylan Tuesday won the seat by a 52-47 percent split.
Guam’s current delegate, Democrat Michael San Nicolas, was referred by the House Ethics Committee in June to the U.S. Justice Department for alleged campaign finance crimes. More from Steve Turley.