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There are four candidates running for the District Five board position of Las Cruces Public Schools: Incumbent Ed Frank, Maria Pacheco, Gloria Martinez and Carol Lynn Cooper. We have previously run info on Martinez, and below are profiles and reports on Frank and Pacheco. We have received no information from Cooper, but you can learn about her and other candidates in the League of Women Voters of Southern New Mexico Voter’s Guide published in the Bulletin Oct. 5. You can access that edition in the Bulletin archives at www.lascrucesbulletin.com. more
Six candidates are running for the open board position in District Four of Las Cruces Public Schools: Bill Zarges, Jesus Favela, Jeffrey Silva, Teresa Tenorio, Janice Marie Williams and Margaret Mendoza. We have previously run info on Tenorio, and below are profiles and reports on Zarges, Silva and Favela. We have received no information from Williams or Mendoza, but you can learn about them and other candidates in the League of Women Voters of Southern New Mexico Voter’s Guide published in the Bulletin Oct. 5. You can access that edition in the Bulletin archives at www.lascrucesbulletin.com. The guide begins on page 39 of the electronic edition. more
Early voting begins Tuesday, Oct. 8 for the 2019 election during which Las Cruces voters will choose the mayor, three members of the city council, presiding municipal judge; two members of the Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education; and three members of the Doña Ana Soil and Water Conservation Board of Supervisors. Also on the ballot will be a $16 million general obligation bond for Doña Ana Community College and a $10 million three-million levy question for Las Cruces Public Schools. more
Whether you vote early or on election day – Tuesday, Nov. 5 – don’t forget that this year’s combined ballot includes, in addition to candidates for city offices, school board and soil and water conservation district, both a $16 million bond issue for Doña Ana Community College (see Sept. 20 Bulletin) and a three-mill levy for Las Cruces Public Schools. more
Doña Ana County Clerk Amanda Lopez Askin said she was not surprised by the large number of candidates who filed Aug. 27 to run for City of Las Cruces, Las Cruces Public Schools and Doña Ana Soil and Water Conservation District seats in the Nov. 5 election. more
If there was a ring at the Doña Ana County Government Building, it would be full of hats. More than three dozen candidates filed Tuesday, Aug. 27 to run for City of Las Cruces, Las Cruces school board and Doña Ana Soil and Water Conservation District (DASWCD) Board of Supervisors positions on November’s ballot. more
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