Municipal election ballot and information

The city will hold municipal elections March 2 for four commissioner positions and one municipal judge position. All positions are four-year terms.

Absentee voting is ongoing through Feb. 26. Voters may either visit City Hall or call the city clerk’s office at 763-9632 for an absentee ballot.

Early voting is available at City Hall, and will be available during normal city hours through Feb. 26.

On election day, polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Ballot

March 2.

City commissioner (District 1)

• Brenda R. Miller

• Juan F. Garza Sr.

City Commissioner (District 2)

• Len A. Vohs

City Commissioner (District 3)

• Leo Leal

• Fidel M. Madrid

City Commissioner (District 4)

• Furgus Tunnell

• Jarod B. Wilhite

• Daniel J. Stoddard

• Randy Lee rodriguez

Municipal judge (all districts)

• Jan M. Garrett

• Steven L. Garcia

• Bonnie S. Bryant

Polling locations

• Mesa Elementary, 4801 North Norris, Precincts 17, 35 and 37 (District 1).

• Zia Elementary, 2400 Norris, Precincts 18 and 19 (District 1).

• Living Stones Community Church, 1800 Norris, Precinct 24 (District 1)

• Marshall Middle School, 100 Commerce Way, Precincts 21, 22, 26 and Precinct 20 between 17th and Ninth streets. (District 2).

• Yucca Middle School, 1500 Sycamore, Precincts 23, 27 and 32 (District 2).

• Lockwood Elementary, 400 Lockwood, Precicnets 5, 28 and 33 (District 2).

• Clovis High School Freshman Campus, 1400 Caemo, Districts 7, 8, 9, 31 and District 20 south of Ninth Street (District 3).

• La Casita Elementary, 400 Davis, Precicnts 6 and 25 (District 3).

• Highland Elementary, 100 E. Plains, Precincts 13, 14, 15 and Precinct 20 north of 17th Street (District 4).

• Sandia Elemetnary, 2801 Lore, Precincts 10, 11 and 12 (District 4).