You read that the effort to recall District 3 Representative Cassandra Hernandez failed to get the 4,000+ signatures it would
by Rich Wright Every election year you hear it. “Is this the best we can do?” For president, we’ve got
Did you see this piece on CBS4Local.com last week? [S]ince 2004, El Paso has had a “strong city manager system,”
Last night I got this email from Max Grossman: The Financial Oversight and Audit Committee (FOAC) will be meeting tomorrow
My personal seismograph put the epicenter at City Hall. Damages haven’t been assessed yet, but I’m hoping it’s a lot.
Is Bettina Olivares eligible to serve as the City Representative for District 8? Here’s the part of the Municipal Code
I’ve had a couple of groups reach out to me with questionnaires I could fill out to win their endorsements.
From Adam Powell at ElPasoTimes.com: Elections in El Paso could look much different if El Pasoans for Fair Elections is
You’ve probably heard about the petition circulating in opposition to the issuance of Certificates of Obligation for expansion of the
That’s how much Joe Pickett has in his campaign coffer for his run against incumbent Isabel Salcido for her seat
How about this, from the NYTimes.com: The United States has provided intelligence about Russian units that has allowed Ukrainians to
Tomorrow is Primary Election Day. On the ballot are lots of candidates vying for lots of positions. You’ve never heard
From NYMag.com: The central bankers running the U.S. Federal Reserve are the closest thing we have to gods of the
The midterms are right around the corner, and the Democrats have not kept a lot of Joe Biden’s campaign promises.
Did you know that the District 1 representative and the District 8 representative live (or at least are registered to
If she’s re-elected? This notification appeared in today’s City Council meeting agenda: For notation pursuant to Section 2.92.080 of the
Mayor Oscar Leeser vetoed the $96 million Certificates of Obligation City Council passed this week. But, anticipating the veto, District
This story from TheHill.com: Daniel Marans, a HuffPost reporter who covers the Democratic Party, on Thursday discussed his recent story on
This morning’s El Paso Times featured this report: An El Paso school board candidate confirmed she does not believe masks are effective
Traditionally, in El Paso, we elect nice guys. They’re politicians. Polite is practically in the name. There’s nothing wrong with