First Victory For 2008

Gay Politician Wins Big In Guam

BJ Cruz made gay history in Guam. The former Guamanian Supreme Court judge and politico won a special senatorial election this weekend:

Victory endorsee B.J. Cruz won a special senatorial election on Saturday, capturing 41 percent of the vote.

Cruz, a Democrat, beat Republican Telo Taitague and fellow Democrat Tom Ada, who won 30 and 28 percent of the vote respectively.
According to the Pacific News Center, Cruz wants to get to work immediately by taking part in legislative proceedings and confer with other legislators on matters pertaining to the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse.

The election gives the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund its first win this year.

Victory Fund has endorsed 34 other homo-politicos this election season.