65% of our population is on food stamps and 30,000 adults on Guam have given up looking for jobs. This shows our economy isnt working for us. We have about three and half more weeks until the General Election when we can make a difference. This is our chance to put the right candidates in office so that we can improve the quality of our lives. Issues on education, healthcare, and public safety affect Guam’s working class and we need to elect candidates who will fight for us and not for big corporations who fall under the rich and privileged few.