San Miguel County Treasurer Alfonso Ortiz plans to run for Las Vegas mayor next year — the first to announce his intentions for the city’s top spot.
Ortiz, 69, said last week he doesn’t plan any shakeups in the city administration. But he promised to work to reverse “downward trends.”
Mayor Tony Marquez, who is in the second year of a two-year term, hasn’t revealed his plans for the March 2 election.
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