The U.S. territory of Guam voted red for the first time since the 1990s.
Republican James Moylan defeated his Democrat opponent to give the GOP its first congressional pick-up, 52 percent to 47 percent.
Moylan is a nonvoting delegate to Congress and is the second Republican ever in the House from the island.
The congressional seat was first created in 1972.
Congratulations to Guam Republican James Moylan for becoming the next delegate to the United States Congress.— GOP (@GOP) November 8, 2022
Guam hasn’t sent a Republican to Congress since 1993. https://t.co/pWNgExZJzD
We have the 1st GOP Congressional pickup of the midterm election! James Moylan (R) has defeated Judi Won Pat (D) to win the race to be Guam's non-voting delegate to Congress. Moylan will be the 2nd Republican ever elected to be Guam's delegate.https://t.co/CsMip3qAhv— RRH Elections (@RRHElections) November 8, 2022
The Red Wave arrives in Guam! First GOP win there in 32 years. Congrats James! https://t.co/FXyZ9tdowa— Tommy Hicks (@TommyHicksGOP) November 8, 2022
THE ISLAND OF GUAM HAS FINALLY FLIPPED AFTER ALL— Hold the Line Poso 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) November 8, 2022