District 4

Ron Trujillo - unopposed

Ron Trujillo

Current Occupation: District 4 City Councilor, Analyst with New Mexico Department of Transportation Fleet Management Bureau

Education: 1986 Graduate of Santa Fe High School, attended New Mexico State University

Organizational Affiliations: Los Caballero DeVargas, NALEO (National Association of Latino Elected & Appointed Officials

Prior Public Experience: Elected to the City Council in 206 and re-elected (unopposed) in 2010

1. What is the most important issue in council district 4 you will address when elected?

Making neighborhoods in District 4 safe. Encouraging the formation of more neighborhood watches to insure neighbor knows neighbor, thus creating an alliance within those neighborhoods to insure safety and peace of mind. And finding incentives for police officers to live in the city and neighborhoods they serve. 

2. What other important issues would you address if elected?

Youth and Senior Services, Roads, and infrastructure not only in District 4 but the entire city. These services are essential and it is imperative that these services are enhanced and continue, as they are key in providing a quality of life for the citizens of the City of Santa Fe.

3. What makes you the best candidate for this office?

Having served for the past eight years on the council, I have the experience and dedication to continue to move Santa Fe forward. I am able to reach out and work with other Councilors and the Mayor on issues that affect their respective districts and the City as a whole.


Reprinted as supplied by the candidate. 


Voter information

The City Clerk’s Office will staff 33 polling places across the city from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The city transportation division is offering free rides on Santa Fe Trails buses and the Santa Fe Ride service to help get voters to the polls.

Voters unsure of their precinct or where to go to vote may call the city clerk at 955-6326, 955-6519, 955-6520 or 955-6521.

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