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A professor at the community college for more than 25 years is challenging a
current member of Central New Mexico Community College’s governing board in the only contested board race this fall.
Board Secretary Virginia Trujillo is hoping to hold off a challenge by candidate Layne McAdoo for the District 6 seat on the CNM Governing Board. The community college in Albuquerque with more than 22,000 students has three of seven board seats up for a vote in the Nov. 5 election, which also features a question asking voters to give CNM the go-ahead to
sell $84 million in bonds for construction projects. Early voting starts Oct. 8.