Voting

City Council Ward 1: 

  • David Ulibarri - 43% (189 votes)
  • Doris R. Gallegos - 39% (168 votes)
  • Francisco A. Apodaca - 18% (78 votes)

Since no candidate earned 50 percent of the votes, the race will head to a runoff election on April 12 between Ulibarri and Gallegos. 

City Council Ward 3:

  • Barbara A. Perea-Casey - 60% (198 votes)
  • Elaine Rodriquez - 40% (132 votes)

Perea-Casey will return to the City Council, where she previously served from 2016-2020, before running for Mayor. She will serve a two-year term on the council, finishing the term of Joseph Baca, who resigned just months after being elected in 2020. Rodriquez was appointed to the council as his replacement in 2020.

City Council Ward 4:

  • David G. Romero - 100% (206 votes)

Romero ran unopposed and will serve his second term on the city council. 

Municipal Judge:

  • Eddie A. Trujillo - 65% (793 votes)
  • Patrick J. Torres - 35% (434 votes)

Charter Changes:

  • Form of Government Amendment passed with 71% of the vote.
  • Name Change to Reflect State Election Law Amendment passed with 60% of the vote.
  • Conform to State Election Law Amendment passed with 61% of the vote. 
  • Removal of Voter Registration Requirement Amendment passed with 58% of the vote.
  • Municipal Officers Elected by Majority of Votes Cast Amendment passed with 70% of the vote. 
  • Removal of Municipal Run-Off Election Amendment passed with 64% of the vote. 
  • Election Procedures and Guidelines Amendment passed with 53% of the vote. 
  • Election Procedures Regarding Ordinances Amendment passed with 61% of the vote. 
  • Conform to State Law for the Power to Recall an Elected Official Amendment passed with 74% of the vote. 
  • Specifying Charges to Support Recall of an Elected Official passed with 74% of the vote. 
  • Recall an Elected Official Once Within Term of Office Amendment passed with 59% of the vote.
  • Duration of Term for Advisory Committees' Amendment passed with 53% of the vote. 
  • Change Charter Review Process Amendment passed with 65% of the vote. 
  • Removal of the Requirement of a Redistricting Committee Amendment failed, receiving only 42% of the vote. 
  • Addition of a Fifth Council Member passed with 51% of the vote. 
  • Mayors' Appointments Amendment passed with 71% of the vote. 
  • Additional Members to Lodgers Tax Board Amendment passed with 58% of the vote. 
  • Governing Body's Decision on Department Directors' Amendment passed with 53% of the vote. 
  • Mayor and Council Compensation Increase Amendment failed, receiving only 33% of the vote. 

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