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Guam - Tommy Morrisson was originally going to run for mayor of the village of Umatac he will instead be filing to run as a Republican candidate for Senator.
Morrisson tells PNC that his change of heart came when leaders from within his community asked him to instead run for senator.
Morrison served as the director of the Department of Parks and Recreation under Governor Felix Camacho, the executive director of the Contractors Licensing Board and is currently the director of the Bureau of Statistics and Plans.
If elected Morrison says he will push for more after school programs for the island's youth in order to keep them off the streets and out of trouble.
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"If they don't have or are not availed to these programs they get caught up in drugs they get caught up in vandalism they get caught up in teenage pregnancies and I wanna work with the mayors and I know we can solve a lot of issues in our island if we work closely with our mayors down at the level of the community and developing these programs and drive kids drive kids to these positive activities so they know there's a better way there's a better life out there,” said Morrison.
The republican candidate for senator tells PNC that he will file his candidacy with the Guam Election Commission on July 2nd.
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