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Guam elects first GOP House delegate since 1993

Guam Delegate to U.S. Congress James C. Moylan (Image Source: Pacific Daily News video screenshot)

Guam elected Republican James Moylan as its non-voting delegate to Congress, securing the first Republican victory in the midterm elections.

Moylan defeated former Speaker Judith Won Pat (D) in the U.S. territory delegate race by 1,648 votes, making him the first Republican delegate to Congress from Guam since 1993, reported the Pacific Daily News.

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