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CITY ELECTION Nineteen hopefuls throw hats in ring for 2014 mayoral, council elections

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Posted: Tuesday, September 3, 2013 11:45 pm | Updated: 11:15 am, Tue Sep 17, 2013.

Nineteen people showed up at the City Clerk’s Office Tuesday, the first day to pick up candidate packets for the March 4 municipal election.

Some waited with their supporters in the hallway, often for more than an hour, for the city clerk to call them into her office to explain the process.

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6 comments:

  • posted at 12:52 pm on Sat, Sep 7, 2013.

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    so are Carol and Morty playing power brokers and flooding the ballotts with Coss like candidates? all the union money they lust after is taken from hard working families for thier own selfish purposes. Coss and Romero were some the greediest selfish people ever to set foot in City Hall hope we can elect non union/non corrupt leaders and put qualified directors in place at the city this time around!

     
  • Jeff Lebowski posted at 4:55 pm on Wed, Sep 4, 2013.

    El Duderino Posts: 25

    That's by design, at least the " studied politician" look,...

     
  • Dennis Mares posted at 4:14 pm on Wed, Sep 4, 2013.

    mawdemaw Posts: 1

    A Motel 6 night auditor as mayor sounds just kooky enough to work. I mean what's the worst that can happen in this seemingly fictional (wannabe progressive west coast no smoking no plastic bag can't fix a bridge without someone singing the blues brand new closed-to-the-public mx track unused parking garage don't build that too high short on liquor licenses one cab company) city? BTW, plastic grocery bags are wasteful and overused in our fine city.

     
  • Sabine Strohem posted at 3:59 pm on Wed, Sep 4, 2013.

    Sabine_Strohem Posts: 104

    Is it just me or does Javier look more and more like Bruce King every year.

     
  • Jeff Lebowski posted at 8:41 am on Wed, Sep 4, 2013.

    El Duderino Posts: 25

    To echo Jill's' comment, with all the candidates for Mayor The New Mexican only managed to photograph the one they seem to give a lot of coverage to, Mr. Gonzales, not subtle, maybe he is more photogenic ;).

     
  • Jill Meyer posted at 7:29 am on Wed, Sep 4, 2013.

    phoebes Posts: 5

    There ares so many entrants in the mayoral race that I'm surprised one of bears seen around town hasn't declared his candidacy.

     
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