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Thursday, April 10, 2008

Guam Gets Its Frist Campaign Office

Senator Obama is opening a campaign office in Hagatna, the capital (which until 1998 was called Agana, if that rings any bells), which will be the first presidential campaign office ever set up there.

In an email to the Pacific Daily News, Mr. Obama said:

We must recharge the Guam economy. A strong and prosperous Guam is good for the people of Guam and in the best interests of the United States and countries of the Western Pacific region.

Mrs. Clinton doesn’t have an office on Guam, but she did send a letter to Guam’s non-voting congressional representative, Madeleine Z. Bordallo, mentioning that her universal health care plan would cover Guamanians, and that she would eliminate the current caps on federal contributions to Medicaid in the American territories.








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