|Kilili starts his 5th term in office|
I had to get back to work, so after talking to some of the staff and some of the other visitors -- folks from Insular Affairs and the State Department were there -- I had to go back to my office. Edz, however, stayed in the office the entire day with Kilili's wife, Andrea, and some of her other friends. She also managed to get herself invited to Kilili's commemorative swearing in with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan. Again. That's right, we were also part of the ceremony four years ago, meaning that Edz has participated in 40% of all Delegate swearing in ceremonies in CNMI history.
Kilili ran unopposed in this last election, something that is unheard of in the CNMI. I believe it's a testament to his leadership and the way he has conducted himself in office. He's been great on some of the issues that I care about most, and well, my last 5 blog posts were about that issue, so we'll see how things turn out.