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Tessa Abeyta Stuve intends to be a full-time Las Cruces city councilor. “I’m very honored and I take it very seriously,” she said in a Nov. 20 interview. Stuve won the District 2 seat on the council in the Nov. 5 combined-ballot local election, defeating three opponents and collecting 43 percent in the first round of ranked-choice voting and ending with 55 percent of the vote after all three rounds. more
“People are struggling. I want to address that,” Johana Bencomo said a couple of weeks after winning a seat on the Las Cruces City Council. She’ll be sworn in Jan. 1 along with fellow City Councilor-elect Tessa Stuve and Mayor Ken Miyagishima and Councilor Kassandra Gandara, who were both re-elected in the Nov. 5 combined local election. more
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
LAS CRUCES - Robert Palacios is a young candidate who is part of an old family. Palacios, 29, is running for the District 4 seat on the Las Cruces City Council. He is is a fourth-generation Las … more
LAS CRUCES - Arguably, one of the most important items on the Nov. 5 election ballot isn’t the name of a candidate or a race for public office. It’s the $16 million general obligation … more
LAS CRUCES - “We have to focus on our own house before we focus on anyone else’s,” Dolores Lucero said in a July 30 interview about her race for mayor of Las Cruces. The Las … more
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