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Posted: Sunday, April 20, 2014 9:00 pm | Updated: 11:14 am, Mon Apr 21, 2014.

Santa Fe County Commissioner Robert Anaya won’t face a challenger in the June primary after all, guaranteeing the incumbent another four-year term.

His lone opponent, Camilla Bustamante, had to drop out of the race to keep her job.

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2 comments:

  • Staci Benni posted at 9:42 am on Mon, Apr 21, 2014.

    Sta Benni Posts: 172

    Too bad! I think the county could use a break from the Anaya dynasty and from this particular Anaya.

     
  • Francisco Carbajal posted at 7:18 am on Mon, Apr 21, 2014.

    FranciscoCarbajal Posts: 221

    Here in Tesuque and Nambe, we have heard about Ms. Bustamante's community activism in a positive light. It is too bad she cannot run for political office in Santa Fe County. Said that, I hope Commissioner Anaya reaches out to his district 3 resident's with a fresh "attitude" start; truly step to the plate; and serve their needs, especially in the La Cienega, and La Cieneguilla, etc. There is a lot of miles to cover for one commissioner, yet, the needs of these traditional and historical communities are real and legit. The city encroachment is around the corner, specifically the expansion of the airport operations; groundwater resources depleting each day, etc.

     

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