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Below are the unofficial results from the Nov. 2 election for San Miguel and Mora counties, as reported by the Secretary of State's Office and the Mora County Clerk. 

School Boards

West Las Vegas School Board

Position 4

Christine M. Ludi - 59% (560 votes)

Joe A. Gallegos - 41% (384 votes)

Position 5

Linda M. Montoya - 58% (551 votes)

Carla D. Benavidez - 42% (393 votes)

Las Vegas City Schools Board

Position 1

David Remi Cordova (Unopposed) - 100% (337 votes)

Position 2

Michael Alan Quintana (Unopposed) - 100% (319 votes)

Mora Independent School Board

Position 1

David J. Maestas - 31% (187 votes)

Audra L. Vigil - 69% (408 votes)

Position 2

Victoria Valdez (Unopposed) - 100% (380 votes)

Position 3

Monica R. Aragon (Unopposed) - 100% (399 votes)

Position 4

Doris C. Velarde (Unopposed) - 100% (376 votes)

Pecos Independent School Board

Position 2

Grady Edward Barrens IV (Unopposed) - 100% (208 votes)

Position 5

Harold J. Garcia (Unopposed) - 100% (212 votes)

Wagon Mound Independent School Board

Position 2

Camille Lanette Cornell (Unopposed) - 100% (75 votes)

Position 3

Terri L. Mares (Unopposed) - 100% (78 votes)

Position 4

Eldie Cruz (Unopposed) (Write-In) - No votes recorded

Position 5

Tom F. Herrera (Unopposed) - 100% (79 votes)

Luna Community College Board

Position 2

Mark Dominguez (Unopposed) - 100% (359 votes)

Position 4

Rosalie Ortega (Unopposed) - 100% (404 votes)

Position 6

Louise Portillos (Unopposed) - 100% (361 votes)

Position 7

Gilbert Sena (Unopposed) - 100% (334 votes)


Municipal Positions

Village of Pecos Mayor

Telesfor A. Benavidez - 53% (121 votes)

Jennifer Lynn Guhl - 47% (107 votes)

Village of Pecos Trustees

Position 3

Brian Sandoval (Unopposed) (Write-In) - No votes recorded

Position 4

Colleen Marie Cunningham - 40% (80 votes)

Armando E. Gabaldon - 60% (122 votes)

Village of Wagon Mound Mayor

Gabriel Derek Maestas - 22.5% (18 votes)

Andres Martinez - 60% (48 votes)

Ferdinando L. Lopez - 17.5% (14 votes)

Village of Wagon Mound Council

Position 2

Eldie Cruz (Unopposed) - 100% (48 votes)

Position 4

Paul Miera (Unopposed) - 100% (56 votes)


School District Questions

General Bond Obligation Question: Shall the Board of Eduction in the Las Vegas City School District be authorized to issue general obligation bonds of the district, in one series or more, in the aggregate principal amount not exceeding $8.5 million for the purpose of erecting, remodeling, making additions to and furnishing school buildings, purchasing or improving school grounds, purchasing computer software and hardware for student use in public schools?

Yes - 66% (301 votes)

No - 34% (158 votes)

Public School Capital Improvements (2 Mill) Tax Question: Shall the Board of Education in the Las Vegas City School District be authorized to impose a property tax of $2.00 on each $1,000 of net taxable value of the property allocated to the district under the property tax code for the property tax years 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026 and 2027 for capital improvements in the district including payments made with respect to lease- purchase arrangements as defined in the Education Technology Equipment Act? 

Yes - 54% (221 votes)

No - 46% (186 votes)

Public School Capital Improvements (2 Mill) Tax Question: Shall the Board of Education in the Pecos Independent School District be authorized to impose a property tax of $2.00 on each $1,000 of net taxable value of the property allocated to the district under the property tax code for the property tax years 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026 and 2027 for capital improvements in the district including payments made with respect to lease- purchase arrangements as defined in the Education Technology Equipment Act? 

Yes - 65% (108 votes)

No - 35% (59 votes)

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