United States News Guam Vicente Anthony Borja Ada, R., Guam Legislature

Vicente Anthony Borja Ada, R., Guam Legislature


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Tony Ada

Ballot Order: 7

Office: Legislature

Party: Republican

Education: Guam Community College, 1985; U.S. Army Aircraft Structural Repairer School; Basic Leadership Academy; U. S. Army Military Police Academy; Cremation Operator Certification;

Experience: Governor’s Special Assistant, 2017- 2019; Senator, 30th through 33rd Guam Legislature; Director, Department of Youth Affairs, 2009 – 2010; Chairman, Hospice Advisory Board, Health Services of the Pacific 2009 – Present; Aircraft Mechanic, Airport Group Inc. 1996-1997; V.P. Ada’s Mortuary, Inc. 1992 – Present; U.S. Army Reserve, Military Police 1992-1993; U.S. Army, Aircraft Structural Repairer1986-1991

If elected, what will be your priority in the Legislature?

I believe that without our local economy up and running again soon, we will lack government revenue to fund anyone’s priority. What I will work on if elected is to enact laws to assist both established businesses and entrepreneurs to get their businesses going. We need a permanent reduction in the Business Privilege Tax, eliminate the cost of goods sold in determining gross receipts, lower the cost of establishing LLCs, keep as much money on island as possible by promoting better on-island health care, and deregulate business to the extent that we can. In addition, Guam currently has economic opportunity zones established pursuant to the provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. We need to promote the benefits of investment in these zones to both local and off-island investors and entrepreneurs. Concurrently, I will propose policy changes in the areas of health care, public safety, criminal justice, and education.

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