How big is that red wave?
Now there’s one more sign — the island of Guam, which hasn’t elected a Republican to be their delegate to the House since 1993.
Non-voting delegate to Congress. Guam has sent Democrats since 1993. https://t.co/DOZb14Vnjh
— Jake Sherman (@JakeSherman) November 8, 2022
But Republican Sen. James Moylan just beat out the Democrat, Judi Won Pat after all the votes were counted. He won by 1,468 votes.
Moylan, James C. (Republican), 17,075 votes
Won Pat, Judith T. (Democrat), 15,427 votes
Moylan earned 52.19% of the votes counted to Won Pat’s 47.15%.
Moylan will fill the seat that incumbent Del. Michael San Nicolas will vacate in January.
Moylan will become only the second Republican in the non-voting seat since it came into being in 1972.
"I told you Guam would flip," Rep. Hank Johnson, probably. https://t.co/lM3W18c4KY
— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) November 8, 2022