An electric utility serving northeastern New Mexico wants to settle a lawsuit by holding another election for a seat on its board of trustees.
Recently, the board for the Mora-San Miguel Electric Cooperative voted to hold another election within three months. That would be in exchange for Clayton’s dropping of a lawsuit he filed to challenge the District 4 election in May.
In that election, Dan Romero took 34 votes in the San Juan-based district to Clayton’s 33.
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