Jesse’s Top Priorities As Senator

Fighting Inflation

Fighting Inflation – the cost of gas and groceries has sky rocketed. Almost everything we need for our daily lives is dramatically more expensive today than it was last year. I will do everything possible to make sure our power and water bills do not increase. The members of the legislature can not just sit back and do nothing. We can lower taxes and fees and allow for temporary waivers to provide relief. Enough is enough.

Rebuilding Our Tourism Industry

Rebuilding Guam’s tourism industry and making sure our economy is creating good jobs again is vital. The largest sector of our economy was shut down and hammered by the pandemic. I will do everything I can to support and help revitalize our economy. So many businesses are barely holding on. Local businesses need continued assistance and help to stay alive and thousands of people need and want to return to work. The Government must do more to make sure we act with urgency to make sure we can once again have a thriving tourism industry.

Creating Jobs

Creating a temporary jobs program and providing more LEAP funding are top priorities. The Government of Guam must create a temporary jobs program to provide bridge employment opportunities until our tourism industry recovers. We can help clean and maintain our parks and beaches and help make our neighborhoods safer while at the same time providing a temporary job and paycheck to people who need it. The program should only be temporary and provide a bridge for people who can’t find employment in the private sector yet.

Fighting Crime

Fighting Crime – The sense of security in our community has deteriorated dramatically, caused by the alarming rise in neighborhood crime. The drug and crime problem on the island is out of control. Many people don’t feel safe in their homes and we just can’t act as if this situation is normal or acceptable. I will support and fund our first responders: police, firefighters and ocean safety officers, so they can do their jobs to protect us all. GPD must be given more resources and putting more police patrols in our neighborhoods must be a priority.


“Thank you, Si’ Yous Ma’åse, Maraming Salamat Po.”

“I am humbled by your support and I look forward to the general election.”

– Jesse Lujan

Mga kababayan, Taos puso po akong humihingi ng inyong tulong na ihalal ang aking asawa na si Jesse Lujan sa pagka Senador. Titiyakin nya po na ipaglalaban kayo at masigasig na maglilingkod para sa inyong lahat.

Ako at ang aming anak ay humihingi ng inyong suporta. Maraming Salamat Po.

-Mary Ann Suyao-Lujan.

Jesse’s wife, Mary Ann, and his youngest daughter, Jessry Skye, humbly ask you support Jesse. Mary Ann Suyao-Lujan is the Vice Mayor of Guimbal, Iloilo, and as a dedicated public servant herself, she knows how hard Jesse will work for all the people of Guam if elected.

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On September 8, 2022, Former Senator Jesse Lujan wrote to President Biden requesting that he invite Governor Leon Guerrero as an observer to the first-ever U.S. Pacific County Summit. On September 26, 2022, it was announced that Governor Leon Guerrero was invited.

Jesse was motivated to write President Biden after reading an article that appeared in the Marianas Variety. Guam was not mentioned in the article but all the topics and issues to be addressed are vital to Guam. Jesse felt it was important to have the Governor participate at the very least as an observer at the summit so he wrote to the White House and made the request.

While it is likely to just be a coincidence that Former Senator Lujan wrote the White House and then the Governor was invited, Jesse is nevertheless very glad Governor Leon Guerrero received the invitation. No matter your party affiliation: We are One Guam.

Click the link below to read the original story published in the Marianas Variety on 09/06/22. 

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Gov. Leon Guerrero invited to Biden’s first ever U.S.-Pacific Island Country Summit. Click the link below to read more. 

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