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Last updated 10/16/2021 at 4:03pm



Causey Village Council, Position 3

• Jimmy Ray Stokes

Causey Village Council, Position 4

• Teresa M. Nance

Dora Mayor

• Jack M. Burkett

Dora Village Council, Position 1

• Billy Bob Cathey

Dora Village Council, Position 2

• Lewis L. Walker

Dora School Board, Position 2

• Kerry A. Osburn

Dora School Board, Position 4

• Shauna E. Wade

• Jana C. Roberts

Dora School Board, Position 5

• Brandon W. Dewbre

Elida School Board, Position 3

• Garland G. Creighton

Elida School Board, Position 4

• Virginia Ann Clemmons

Elida School Board, Position 5

• Scott L. Burton

Floyd School Board, Position 1

• Vicki L. Banister

Floyd School Board, Position 2

• Jeffrey Harper Essary

• Kenneth D. Reed

Floyd School Board, Position 5

• Adam Carl Burns

• Charlsea N. Lee

Portales School Board, Position 2

• Jimmie C. Standifer

• Angela M. Smith

Portales School Board, Position 4

• Braden W. Fraze

• Antonio Roque Sanchez Jr.

• Meredith Seifert

• William Lee HIlliard

Texico School Board, Position 4

• Troy Lance Teague

• Dustin Porter Ptolemy

• Mark Steven Peabody

Texico School Board, Position 5

• Bo Garrett Stevens

House School Board, Position 2

• Calvin C. Downey

• Randall Blake Lee

House School Board, Position 5

• Stoney R. Shoemaker

• Lori A. Foust

Dora General Obligation Bond Question

Shall the Dora Consolidated School District No. 39 be authorized to issue up to $3,500,000 of general obligation bonds for the purpose of (1) erecting, remodeling, making additions to and furnishing school buildings, (2) purchasing or improving school grounds, (3) purchasing computer software and hardware for student use in public schools, (4) providing matching funds for capital outlay projects funded pursuant to the Public School Capital Outlay Act, or (5) any combination of these purposes?

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Portales School Capital Improvements Tax Question

Shall the Portales Municipal School District continue to impose a property tax of $2.00 per each $1,000.00 of net taxable value of property allocated to the Portales Municipal School District under the Property Tax Code which includes residential, non-residential and oil and gas for the property tax years 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026, and 2027 for the purpose of (1) erecting, remodeling, making additions to, providing equipment for or furnishing public school buildings; (2) purchasing or improving public school grounds; (3) maintenance of public school buildings or public school grounds, including the purchasing or repairing of maintenance equipment, participating in the facility information management system as required by the Public School Capital Outlay Act [22-24-1 NMSA 1978] and including payments under contracts with regional education cooperatives for maintenance support services and expenditures for technical training and certification for maintenance and facilities management personnel, but excluding salary expenses of school district employees; (4) purchasing activity vehicles for transporting students to extracurricular school activities; (5) purchasing computer software and hardware for student use in public school classrooms; (6) purchasing and installing education technology improvements, excluding salary expenses of school district employees, but including tools used in the educational process that constitute learning and administrative resources, and which may also include: (a) satellite, copper and fiber-optic transmission; computer and network connection devices; digital communication equipment, including voice, video and data equipment; servers; switches; portable media devices, such as discs and drives to contain data for electronic storage and playback; and the purchase or licensing of software licenses or other technologies and services, maintenance, equipment and computer infrastructure information, techniques and tools used to implement technology in schools and related facilities; and (b) improvements, alterations and modifications to, or expansions of, existing buildings or tangible personal property necessary or advisable to house or otherwise accommodate any of the tools listed in (6) above?

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Elida School Capital Improvements Tax Question

Shall the Board of Education of the Elida Municipal School District No. 2, Counties of Chaves and Roosevelt, State of New Mexico, be authorized to impose a property tax of $2.00 on each $1,000.00 of net taxable value of the property allocated to the District under the Property Tax Code for the property tax years 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024, and 2025 for capital improvements in the District including payments made with respect to lease-purchase arrangements as defined in the Education Technology Equipment Act Chapter 6, Article 15A NMSA 1978, or the Public School Lease Purchase Act, Chapter 22, Article 26A NMSA 1978, but excluding any other debt service expenses, for: (1) erecting, remodeling, making additions to, providing equipment for or furnishing public school buildings, including teacher housing, and pre-kindergarten classroom facilities; (2) purchasing or improving public school or pre-kindergarten grounds; (3) maintenance of public school buildings, including teacher housing, or public school or pre-kindergarten grounds, including the purchasing or repairing of maintenance equipment and participating in the facility information management system as required by the Public School Capital Outlay Act, Chapter 22 and including payments under contracts with regional education cooperatives for maintenance support services and expenditures for technical training and certification for maintenance and facilities management personnel, but excluding salary expenses of District employees; (4) purchasing activity vehicles for transporting students to extracurricular school activities; (5) purchasing computer software and hardware for student use in public school classrooms; and (6) purchasing and installing education technology improvements, excluding salary expenses of District employees, but including tools used in the educational process that constitute learning and administrative resources, and that may also include: (a) satellite, copper and fiber-optic transmission; computer and network connection devices; digital communication equipment, including voice, video and data equipment; servers; switches; portable media devices, such as discs and drives to contain data for electronic storage and playback; and the purchase or lease of software licenses or other technologies and services, maintenance, equipment and computer infrastructure information, techniques and tools used to implement technology in schools and related facilities; a ements, alterations and modifications to, or expansions of, existing buildings or tangible personal property necessary or advisable to house or otherwise accommodate any of the tools listed in this paragraph?

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Dora School Capital Improvements Tax Question

Shall the Dora Consolidated School District No. 39 continue to impose a property tax of $2.00 per each $1,000.00 of net taxable value of property allocated to the Dora Consolidated School District No. 39 for the property tax years 2022, 2023 2024, 2025, 2026 and 2027 for the purpose of (1) erecting, remodeling, making additions to, providing equipment for or furnishing school buildings; (2) purchasing or improving school grounds; (3) maintenance of public school buildings or school grounds, including the purchasing or repairing of maintenance equipment, participating in the facility information management system as required by the Public School Capital Outlay Act and including payments under contracts with regional education cooperatives for maintenance support services and expenditures for technical training and certification for maintenance and facilities management personnel, but excluding salary expenses of school district employees; (4) purchasing activity vehicles for transporting students to extracurricular school activities; (5) purchasing computer software and hardware for student use in public school classrooms; and (6) purchasing and installing education technology improvements?

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Melrose School Capital Improvements Tax Question

Shall the Board of Education of the Melrose Municipal School District No. 12, Counties of Curry, Roosevelt and Quay, State of New Mexico, be authorized to impose a property tax of $2.00 on each $1,000.00 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 Chapter 6, Article 15A NMSA 1978, or the Public School Lease Purchase Act, Chapter 22, Article 26A NMSA 1978, but excluding any other debt service expenses, for: (1) erecting, remodeling, making additions to, providing equipment for or furnishing public school buildings and pre-kindergarten classroom facilities; (2) purchasing or improving public school or pre-kindergarten grounds; (3) maintenance of public school buildings or public school or pre-kindergarten grounds, including the purchasing or repairing of maintenance equipment and participating in the facility information management system as required by the Public School Capital Outlay Act, Chapter 22, Article 24 NMSA 1978, and including payments under contracts with regional education cooperatives for maintenance support services and expenditures for technical training and certification for maintenance and facilities management personnel, but excluding salary expenses of District employees; (4) purchasing activity vehicles for transporting students to extracurricular school activities; (5) purchasing computer software and hardware for student use in public school classrooms; and (6) purchasing and installing education technology improvements, excluding salary expenses of District employees, but including tools used in the educational process that constitute learning and administrative resources, and that may also include: (a) satellite, copper and fiber-optic transmission; computer and network connection devices; digital communication equipment, including voice, video and data equipment; servers; switches; portable media devices, such as discs and drives to contain data for electronic storage and playback; and the purchase or lease of software licenses or other technologies and services, maintenance, equipment and computer infrastructure information, techniques and tools used to implement technology in schools and related facilities; and (b) improvements, alterations and modifications to, or expansions of, existing buildings or tangible personal property necessary or advisable to house or otherwise accommodate any of the tools listed in this paragraph?

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Melrose General Obligation School Bond Question

Shall the Board of Education of the Melrose Municipal School District No. 12, Counties of Curry, Roosevelt and Quay, State of New Mexico, be authorized to issue general obligation bonds of the District, in one series or more, in the aggregate principal amount not exceeding $600,000, 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, providing matching funds for capital outlay projects funded pursuant to the Public School Capital Outlay Act; or any combination of these purposes, said bonds to be payable from general (ad valorem) taxes and to be issued and sold at such time or times upon such terms and conditions as the

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Roosevelt Soil and Water Conservation District, Supervisor 3

• Quentin Gayle Carnes

Roosevelt Soil and Water Conservation District, Supervisor 4

• Michael L. Cone

Border Soil and Water Conservation Board, Supervisor 2

• Darrell W. Victor

Border Soil and Water Conservation Board, Supervisor 3

• Qualified write-in candidate

Border Soil and Water Conservation Board, Supervisor 4

• Rhiannon Sara North

Border Soil and Water Conservation Board, Supervisor 5

• John Dustin Anthony

Central Curry Soil and Water Conservation Board, Supervisor 3

• Michael L. Cone

Central Curry Soil and Water Conservation Board, Supervisor 4

• Clinton D. Harden Jr.

Hospital Board Trustee, District 1

• Scott P. Reeves

Hospital Board Trustee, District 2

• Robin J. Inge

 
 

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