--2 Ballot set for Santa Fe Mayoral, Council Races
         
Feb. 23, 2017
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Enrique Limón & Corey Johnson

Ballot set for Mayoral, Council Races

Michael A DAanna is the only candidate who didn't make the ballot

November 19, 2013, 5:00 pm
By Justin Horwath

Santa Fe contenders for mayor and city council seats learned this week whether their nominating petitions to be placed on the ballot for the March 4, 2014 municipal election were valid.

Michael D'Anna didn't make the mayoral ballot, City Clerk Yolanda Vigil tells SFR, but 11 council candidates and five candidates for mayor did make the cut. 

City code requires mayoral candidates to have signatures of at least one-half of one percent of registered voters in the city. For city council, it's one-half of one percent of registered voters in the district. 

Below is a list of the candidates, in alphabetical order, who will be on the ballot for mayoral and city council races, according to Vigil. 

Click here for a city district map.

Click here for videos of candidate interviews by the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3999.

Mayor:

Required number of nominating petitions: 265

Roman “Tiger” Abeyta

Patti J. Bushee

Bill Dimas

Javier M. Gonzales

Rebecca Wurzburger

Councilor — District #1

Required number of nominating petitions: 84

Signe I. Lindell

Michael J. Segura

Councilor – District #2

Required number of nominating petitions: 73

Rad Acton

Joe H. Arellano

Mary Louise Bonney

Jeff E. Green

Joseph M. Maestas

Councilor – District #3

Required number of nominating petitions: 41

Marie Campos

Carmichael A. Dominguez

Angelo Jaramillo

Councilor – District #4

Required number of nominating petitions: 67

Ronald S. Trujillo               

 

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