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Avila settling in as interim city manager By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin New Interim City Manager Daniel Avila said he gets reminded “at least five times every day” that he’s got big shoes to fill as he replaces City Manager Robert Garza, who retired May 27. Avila took over as interim city manager May 31. So far, he said, “everything is going awesome.” Avila’s appointment as interim city manager is for a ...

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Primary test State Rep. Jeff Steinborn, center, celebrates the news that he won the Democratic nomination to seek the state senate seat in District 36 at Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces on Tuesday, June 7. Steinborn will face incumbent Lee Cotter in the fall. BULLETIN PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER BELARDE

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Commission incumbents fall, while DA stands tall Bulletin report There will be some new faces on the Doña Ana County Commission in the not-too-distant future. The Democratic party’s name on the ballot for District Attorney of the 3rd Judicial District in the general election in November will be familiar, though, while another well-known name will find itself in a different spot, looking for a win to fill a state senate seat. County commission In 40 ...

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Democrat Primary District Attorney Mark D’Antonio – 8,966 James A. Dickens – 6,240 State Senator District 36 Jeff Steinborn – 2,931 Oscar Vásquez Butler – 1,535 State Representative District 34 Bealquin “Bill” Gomez – 755 Raymundo Lara – 552 Paul C. Maxwell – 376 State Representative District 35 Angelica Rubio – 1,235 Ray Jaramillo – 842 Paul A. Martinez – 660 County Commissioner District 2 ...

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CC D4 IsabellaSolis Isabella Solis Bulletin report Doña Ana County Commission Chairman Wayne Hancock will not have a chance to defend his seat in November. The Democrat from District 4 lost to Isabella Solis Tuesday, June 7. Solis finished election night with 1,698 votes compared to Hancock’s 1,126. Another candidate, David Bonner, finished in third with 308 votes. Read more election coverage in the Friday, June 10 edition of the Las Cruces Bulletin.

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