Michael San Nicolas is the Delegate to the U.S. House Guam At-large District. Michael Michael San Nicolas from the Democratic Party representing Guam’s At-Large Congressional District is a member of the U.S. House. In the 116th United States Congress, Michael San Nicolas was elected by his colleagues to serve as Vice-Chair of the United States House Committee on Financial Services. In November 1998, as a youth speaker, Michael San Nicolas introduced President Clinton to the attendees where President Bill Clinton delivered a speech to a large rally gathered at Adelup, Guan. In 2012, before running for the legislature, Michael San Nicolas worked as Chief of Staff for Senator Carmen Fernandez in the 27th Guam Legislature and subsequently as Assistant Vice President and Financial Advisor at the Bank of Guam.
In the Guam Legislature as a Democrat in 2012, He came 8th in the primary election with 6,570 votes. Later in the General Election, won a seat in the incoming 32nd Guam Legislature where he came 5th with 16,625 votes. Before becoming Guam’s At-Large Congressional Delegate in 2019, Michael San Nicolas served three consecutive terms in the Guam Legislature. Michael San Nicolas served as a senator in the 32nd, 33rd, and 34th Guam Legislatures from 2013 to 2019. Michael San Nicolas assumed office on January 3, 2019, and his term ends on January 3, 2023. Michael San Nicolas in the re-election to the U.S. House to represent Guam’s At-Large Congressional District won on November 17, 2020. Guam’s delegate Michael San Nicolas is a non-voting member of the United States House of Representatives.
Who is Michael San Nicolas?
Michael San Nicolas
January 30, 1981
40 years old
$2 Million to $3 Million USD
5 feet 10 inches tall
Kathryn Santos Ko
Michael San Nicolas is active on social media. On Twitter @GuamCongressman with 1847 followers. Michael San Nicolas also called Michael Franklin Quitugua is serving as the Delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives for Guam’s at-large congressional district. Michael San Nicolas served as Chairman of various committees during in the Guam Legislature, which included the Regulatory Concerns and Future Generations, Aviation, Ground Transportation, in the 32nd Guam Legislature, the Committee on Finance & Taxation, General Government Operations, the Committee on Rules in the first year of the 34th Guam Legislature, and Youth Development in the 33rd Guam Legislature, and the Committee on General Government Operations and Federal, Foreign, & Regional Affairs in the 34th Guam Legislature.
In March 2014, Michael San Nicolas introduced a bill to allow foster children to be included in the government of Guam’s group health insurance, expanding their treatment options. On October 3, the bill was passed by the Guam Legislature. Governor Ray Tenorio, after the 2014 General election, in San Nicolas’ absence, introduced a bill to increase salaries of elected and appointed officials retroactively. The bill was passed by the legislature. San Nicolas introduced a bill to repeal the raises in December, which did not pass. Later that month, San Nicolas began to donate the pay increase to local charities.
He went to Father Dueñas Memorial School, John F. Kennedy High School, and Southern High School, he studied history at the University of Guam. Michael San Nicolas served as Speaker of the 22nd Guam Youth Congress from 1998 to 2000 and was elected by his peers as President of the Student Government Association in 2002–2003 when he was attending the University. In 2004, Michael San Nicolas received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Guam.
How old is Michael San Nicolas?
Michael San Nicolas is 40 years old who was born on January 30, 1981. Michael San Nicolas is the eldest son of Miguel Borja Michael San Nicolas and Eva Quitugua. Michael San Nicolas’s paternal grandfather Enrique Santos. Michael’s maternal grandfather is former Speaker of the Guam Legislature Franklin Joseph Arceo Quitugua. Michael San Nicolas is the great-grandson of Ignacio Perez Quitugua, who served in the 1st to 9th Guam Legislatures.
Who is Michael San Nicolas Wife?
Michael San Nicolas and his wife, Kathryn Santos Ko, studied in John F. Kennedy High School. The couple Michael San Nicolas and Kathryn Santos Ko married in 2005, and have two children.
What is Michael San Nicolas Net Worth?
Michael San Nicolas estimated net worth is around $2 Million to $3 Million USD.
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