Based on records from the Quay County Clerkï¿½s office, as of Jan. 7, there are 2,282 eligible voters in districts 1, 2, 3 and 4, said Tucumcari City Clerk Jeannette Maddaford The breakout of voters in the districts in the election are: District 1 - 531 District 2 - 582 District 3 - 607 District 4 - 562 Results will be posted as soon as they become available Results of Municipal Elections in Quay County Tucumcari City Commission District 1 - four-year term 79 Mayor Antonio J. Apodaca (incumbent) 07 Robert W. Ciolli 42 Ralph L. Moya District 2 - four-year term 60 Christopher Maestas (incumbent) 62 Jimmy R. Sanodval District 3 - four-year term 22 James L. Witcher In District 4 - two-year term 24 Mark A. Hodge 51 Robert C. Lumpkin (incumbent) (The race in District 4 is for a two-year term because Lumpkin was appointed to fill out Mayor Mary Mayfield's term. Mayfield resigned because of health reasons.) There are 775 eligible voters in Logan. Logan Each position is for a 4-year term. Councilmember Position No. 1 49 Angie M. Bailey 282 Darrel Boulware (incumbent) Councilmember Position No. 2, 146 Jack V. Claborn, Jr. 189 Steve Garcia (incumbent) "It was a real close race and I am thankful for all the support from the community and voters that I received," said Steve Garcia. "I have been on the council for 21 years and people know that I will work hard for them. I am glad that I have an opportunity to continue working for the citizens of Logan." There are 156 eligible voters in San Jon San Jon Two incumbent at-large trustees face races against a newcomer: 13 Curtis W. Simonsen 45 Leo Pacheco (incumbent) 39 Rodney J. Stoner (incumbent) There are 67 eligible voters in House House The House Village Council seats open for election are not contested and all incumbents are seeking reelection. Each position is for a 4-year term. 16 Sherman Martin 16 Councilor Cathy Ray 14 Councilor Deborah Patton Elections will be March 4 in House, Logan, San Jon and Tucumcari.
Results of municipal elections in Quay County
Published: Tuesday, March 4th, 2008
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