Michael San Nicolas Biography
Michael Franklin Quitugua San Nicolas (born January 30, 1981) is a Guamanian Democratic Party politician, currently serving as the Delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives for Guam’s at-large congressional district. San Nicolas was elected by his colleagues in the 116th United States Congress to serve as Vice-Chair of the United States House Committee on Financial Services. From 2013 to 2019, San Nicolas served as a senator in the 32nd, 33rd, and 34th Guam Legislatures.
Along with Katie Hill, Guam Democratic Del. Michael F.Q. San Nicolas is being investigated for alleged sexual relationship with staffer and using public money for personal use, accepted improper campaign contributionshttps://t.co/kEoGvJsY06
— Best & Worst News (@bestworstnews) October 24, 2019
Michael Franklin Quitugua San Nicolas Early life
San Nicolas, born January 30, 1981,
Michael Franklin Quitugua San Nicolas Parents
He is the eldest son of Miguel Borja San Nicolas and Eva Quitugua San Nicolas of Talofofo, Guam, both long-time educators at the Guam Department of Education.
Michael Franklin Quitugua San Nicolas Grand Father
The House Ethics Committee opened an investigation into allegations that Michael San Nicolas, representing Guam in the House of Representatives, had a sexual relationship with one of his congressional staffers. https://t.co/a4SH0fNt0L
— ABC News (@ABC) October 26, 2019
His paternal grandfather Enrique Santos San Nicolas served in the Guam Congress and his maternal grandfather is former Speaker of the Guam Legislature Franklin Joseph Arceo Quitugua. He is the great-grandson of Ignacio Perez Quitugua, who served in the 1st to 9th Guam Legislatures.
Michael San Education
San Nicolas attended Father Dueñas Memorial School, John F. Kennedy High School, and Southern High School, graduating from the latter. San Nicolas met his future wife, Kathryn Santos Ko while attending John F. Kennedy High School. They married in 2005 and together have two children.
Michael San Career
House Ethics probe targets lawmaker for office affair; second Democrat sex scandal in as many days https://t.co/20joTEvmYH
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) October 24, 2019
In November 1998, President Bill Clinton visited Guam and delivered a speech at a large rally gathered in Adelup. As a youth speaker, St. Nicholas introduced President Clinton to the attendees.
San Nicolás studied history at the University of Guam. While attending the University, he served as President of the 22nd Guam Youth Congress from 1998 to 2000 and elected by his peers as President of the Student Government Association in 2002-2003. He received an arts degree from the University of Guam in 2004.
Before running for the legislature in 2012, San Nicolás had worked as Chief of Staff of Senator Carmen Fernández in Legislature 27 of Guam and, subsequently, as Assistant Vice President and Financial Advisor at Banco de Guam.
Michael San Nicolas sex scandal
House Ethics Committee is looking into a second Democratic freshman — per release, there are allegations that Del. Michael F. Q. San Nicolas of Guam may have
had a sexual relationship with staff and misused campaign funds. pic.twitter.com/1M5OHpCswR
— Emily Cochrane (@ESCochrane) October 24, 2019
The Chamber’s Ethics Committee announced this week that an investigation has begun on the first-year Democratic delegate Michael FQ San Nicolás de Guam, a non-voting member of the House of Representatives, on the allegations that he had a sexual relationship with a member of Congress staff.
“The Committee is aware of the public allegations that Delegate Michael FQ San Nicolás may have had a sexual relationship with a person from his Congressional staff, have converted campaign funds for personal use and / or accepted undue or excessive contributions of the campaign, “the committee said in a sentence. “The Committee, in accordance with Rule 18 (a) of the Committee, has begun an investigation and will gather additional information on the allegations.”
John Paul Manuel, the former chief of staff and principal assistant of the San Nicolás campaign, accused him in September of “using the funds raised for his campaign in Congress as reimbursements for an alleged trip abroad and hotel stays with his alleged lover, “according The Guam Daily Post.