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Winners and losers in Nov. 5 election

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Unofficial regular local election results

In the Nov. 5 elections, here are some of the results from the New Mexico Secretary of State for McKinley, Cibola, and partial coverage of Sandoval, Catron and Valencia counties.

MCKINLEY COUNTY

School Board Member Position 1 on the Gallup/McKinley County School Board 1 shows Kevin M. Mitchell with 60.68% of the vote; Olin Kieyoomia with 23.83% of the vote and Rebekah Yvonne Nez with 15.49% of the vote.

School Board Member Position 2 on the Gallup/McKinley County School Board 3 shows Priscilla B. Manuelito with 53.28% of the vote; Mavis V. Price with 24.45% of the vote and Denise Thomas with 22.27% of the vote.

Soil & Water Supervisor 1: Dudley D. Byerley ran unopposed for the position as McKinley Soil & Water Conservation Board. He won 100% of the vote.

Soil & Water Supervisor 5: Herbert B. Mosher won 55.18% of the vote; Gerald Alois Henke received 44.82% of the vote for the McKinley Soil & Water Conservation Board.

Flood Control Board Member positions 1–4 for the Rio San Jose Flood Control District Board, Carl R. Elkins won 45.60% of the vote; Larry W. Carver got 20.80% of the vote; Rex L. Robinson got 17.60% of the vote and Jamie Holton received 16.00% of the vote.

College Board Member 3 on the UNM Advisory Board, Teri L. Garcia ran unopposed and won 100% of the vote.

College Board Member 4 on the UNM Advisory Board At Large, Edwin J. Begay won 56.50% of the vote; Olin Kieyoomia received 43.50% of the vote.

College Board Member 5 on the UNM Advisory Board At Large, Rebecca Apel won 61.05% of the vote; Gerald Anthony O’Hara got 38.95% of the vote.

School Board Member Position 1 for the Zuni School Board went to Stephanie Vicenti with 100% of the vote. Her opposition Mildred Lementino was a write-in. She got no votes.

School Board Member Position 4 for the Zuni School Board, Anthony O. Lucio won 100% of the vote. He ran unopposed.

Continuation of liquor excise tax question: Shall the county commissioners of McKinley County enact an ordinance continuing the imposition of all the retailer{s} of McKinley County, New Mexico at the maximum amount as allowed by state law (six (6) percent) a local liquor excise tax for the purpose of funding education programs, the prevention and treatment of alcoholism and drug abuse within McKinley County, New Mexico and for no other purpose?

Yes won 79.19% of the vote. The no vote was 20.81%.

Soil & Water Supervisor 1: Dudley D Byerley ran unopposed for the position as McKinley Soil & Water Conservation Board. He won 100% of the vote.

Soil & Water Supervisor 5: Herbert B. Mosher won 55.56% of the vote; Gerald Alois Henke received 44.44% of the vote for the McKinley Soil & Water Conservation Board.

Soil & Water Supervisor 1 for Quemado Soil & Water Conservation District. Polly J. Pierson won 100% of the vote. She ran unopposed.

Soil & Water Supervisor 2 for Quemado Soil & Water Conservation District. Buster Nancy L. Stieg won 100% of the vote. She ran unopposed.

Flood Control Board Member positions 1–4 for the Rio San Jose Flood Control District Board, Larry W. Carver got 30.84% of the vote; Carl R. Elkins won 25.37% of the vote; Jamie Holton received 21.94% of the vote Rex L. Robinson got 21.85% of the vote.

CIBOLA COUNTY

Water and Sanitation Director Positions 1–3 for the Bluewater Water & Sanitation Board, the three top vote-getters were Paul L. Spencer with 31.48%, Earl S. Hassell with 30.86% and Patty Lopez with 18.52%/Also running were Mike Allen Horton with 9.88% and Sharon Marie Holley with 9.26%

Shall Sunday sales of alcoholic beverages by the drink for consumption on the licensed premises of licensees be allowed in this local option district? The No vote had 59.88% of the vote. The yes vote had 40.12%.

Shall the Board of Education of the Grants/Cibola County School District No. 1, County of Cibola, State of New Mexico, be authorized to issue general obligation bonds of the District, in one series or more, in the aggregate principal amount not exceeding $10 million for the purpose of erecting, remodeling, making additions to and furnishing school buildings, purchasing or improving school grounds, purchasing computer software and hardware for student use in public schools, providing matching – Grants/Cibola County School District received 78.39% of the vote for and 21.61% of the vote against.

School Board Member Position 4 for Grants/Cibola County School District 4 went to Richard Wade Jones with 100% of the vote. He ran unopposed.

School Board Member Position 5 for Grants/Cibola County School District 5 went to Guy Pierre Archambeau with 100% of the vote. He ran unopposed.

Soil & Water Supervisor 1 for Lava Soil & Water Conservation Board. Roman Dennis Sandoval received 62.60% of the vote. Michael E. Stogner received 37.40% of the vote.

Soil & Water Supervisor 2 for Lava Soil & Water Conservation Board. Christine A. Loeffler (write-in) was the only candidate and she won 0.00% of the vote.

Soil & Water Supervisor 5 for Lava Soil & Water Conservation Board. Kit K. South received 53.66% of the vote; Freddie I. Padilla got 46.34% of the vote.

SANDOVAL COUNTY

Soil & Water Supervisor 1: John Frederick Kreger ran unopposed for the position as Cuba Soil & Water Conservation Board Member. He won 100% of the vote.

Soil & Water Supervisor 2: Elmer D. Morales won 52.3% of the vote against Margaret L. Ohler, who won 47.62% of the vote for the position as Cuba Soil & Water Conservation Board Member.

Soil & Water Supervisor 5 At Large: Julian R. Sanchez ran unopposed for the position as Cuba Soil & Water Conservation Board Member. He won 100% of the vote.

CATRON COUNTY

Soil & Water Supervisor 1 for Salado Soil & Water Conservation Districts. Sam B. Olney won 100% of the vote. He ran unopposed.

Soil & Water Supervisor 2 for Salado Soil & Water Conservation Districts. Russell J. Walraven won 100% of the vote. He ran unopposed.

Soil & Water Supervisor 5 for Salado Soil & Water Conservation Districts. John T. Hand won 100% of the vote. He ran unopposed.

VALENCIA COUNTY

Supervisor Position 1 for the Valencia Soil & Water Conservation Board. Abel M. Camarena won 100% of the vote. He ran unopposed.

Supervisor Position 2 for the Valencia Soil & Water Conservation Board. .Andrew B. Hautzinger was a write-in candidate. He won 0.00% of the vote.

Supervisor Position 5 for the Valencia Soil & Water Conservation Board. Juanita B. Herrera won 68.13% of the vote. Gail D. Goodman received 31.88% of the vote.

Shall the Valencia Soil & Water Conservation District impose an assessment of $1.00 per $1000.00 of net taxable value of property pursuant to Soil and Water Conservation District Act Sections 73–20–25 to 73–20–48 NMSA 1978 for the following purposes; Addressing district administrative and operational needs; growing financial and technical programs for local farms and community gardens: implementing habitat restoration in the Whitfield Wildlife Complex Area: expanding Whitfield education.

Yes received 79.46% of the vote. No got 20.54% of the vote.

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