New position in Sandoval County will handle family law
Two candidates who were unopposed in the June primary are competing to succeed Orlando Lucero for the District 1 seat on the Sandoval County Commission on Nov. 4.
Incumbent Charles Aguilar is attempting to fend off the challenge of Republican Lawrence McClain in the race for Sandoval County probate judge.
Two Rio Ranchoans, Republican incumbent Tom Garcia and Democrat Antonio Montoya, are vying for the position of Sandoval County assessor.
Competing for the District 60 House seat are incumbent Tim Lewis, a Republican, and Democrat Linda Sanchez Allison, both of whom were uncontested in the primaries.
Incumbent Republican Jason Harper and Democrat Donna Tillman, both of Rio Rancho, are vying for the New Mexico House District 57 seat — as they did in 2012.
Republican incumbent Sheriff Doug Wood faces a challenge in his bid for re-election from a Sandoval County deputy, Democrat Jesse James Casaus.
Doug Wood POLITICAL PARTY: Republican PLACE OF RESIDENCE: Rio Rancho AGE: 63 EDUCATION: Supervision and management courses, career; N.M. Law… more »
Jesse James Casaus POLITICAL PARTY: Democratic PLACE OF RESIDENCE: Placitas AGE: 39 EDUCATION: Liberal Arts Degree, with emphasis in Psychology… more »
Tom Garcia Jr. POLITICAL PARTY: Republican PLACE OF RESIDENCE: Rio Rancho AGE: 64 EDUCATION: No Degree; 2.5 Years College; Graduated… more »
Antonio F. Montoya POLITICAL PARTY: Democratic PLACE OF RESIDENCE: Rio Rancho AGE: 38 EDUCATION: New Mexico Certified Appraiser. OCCUPATION: Senior… more »
Charles J. Aguilar POLITICAL PARTY: Democratic Place Of RESIDENCE: Bernalillo AGE: 67 EDUCATION: Masters degree in Secondary Administration, UNM 1979;… more »