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Political Quickbytes

Advertisements I am so engrossed in the ongoing political shenanigans that often times I do not realize how little important information trickles down to everyday people. It seems that voters are too focused on providing for their families and being part of their families that they have little time to follow the complex world of […]

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David Adams And The Politics of El Paso

Advertisements El Paso politics never disappoint with whisper campaigns and political operatives trying to outdo themselves. Although Democrats generally prevail in the city’s elections, the Republicans also have their own political power plays. Case in point is the County Commissioners race for Precinct 4 on the Republican ticket. Vying to challenge incumbent Carl Robinson, should […]

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El Paso July 2020 Primary Results

Advertisements El Pasoans cast votes in the 2020 Primary runoff elections last night. Two incumbents were unseated. Two Republicans and six Democrats were running for a spot in the upcoming November elections. Unofficial final results show that in the two Republican seats, Irene Armendariz-Jackson (65.48%) beat Sam Williams (34.52%) for the U.S. Representative District 16 […]

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Vince Perez Has Been Cited By The El Paso Police 18 Times For Driving Violations

Advertisements Vince Perez Has Been Cited By The El Paso Police 18 Times For Driving Violations by Max Grossman County Commissioner Vince Perez of Precinct 3, who is fighting against Iliana Holguin to hold on to his seat, has apparently been fighting another ongoing battle: to keep his driver license. Incredibly, Mr. Perez has been […]