Delegate floats possible run for governor

The Guam Daily Post

The Campaign Legal Center recently wrote to the Office of Congressional Ethics to officially request an investigation into allegations that San Nicolas and others failed to disclose stock trades as required by the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge, or STOCK, Act. “In 2019 and 2020, Del. San Nicolas made securities transactions worth between $15,001 and $52,370 without filing periodic transaction reports as was required by the STOCK Act and House rules. An (Office of Congressional Ethics) investigation is necessary to determine whether his failure to file was knowing and willful,” the center wrote.

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