JUST IN: Guam Finally Flips! Elects Republican as its Delegate to US For the First Time in 30 Years

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Gaum elected its first Republican non-voting delegate to the United States in decades on Tuesday.

Republican James Moylan defeated former Guam Speaker Judith Won Pat 52.2% to 47.2%.

James Moylan is Guam’s first Republican to win this seat in approximately 30 years.

*Guam finally flipped* jokes spread across social media in reference to dummy Democrat Hank Johnson’s previous statements.

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