Clovis resident running for county treasurer

CNJ staff Curry County Democratic Party Treasurer Jonathan Wilson is running for the same spot with Curry County. Wilson, a Clovis resident and an assistant professor at Eastern New Mexico University, is the only candidate who has announced intentions to run for the open treasurer position. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from ENMU and […]

Heather Wilson talks election issues

Tonjia Rolan U.S. Senate candidate Heather Wilson believes government deregulation is key to a healthy economy and job growth. Wilson called recent Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Labor and Dodd Frank regulations “Job killing, stifling regulations that are killing people’s way of life.” “This country’s in really deep trouble and it’s not going to be […]

Monday morning briefing: Candidates debate and women get the vote

Good morning and welcome to the Monday briefing. Candidate debate Don’t forget the Portales municipal candidate forum 6 p.m. Monday at the Yam Theatre. Candidates will give opening statements on their interest in their positions then be presented questions. Information: 763-6991. Party politics The Democratic Party County Convention is 6 p.m. Tuesday at Clovis-Carver Public […]

Candidate forum set for Tuesday

CNJ staff The Clovis Industrial Development Corporation and the Clovis Curry County Chamber of Commerce are hosting a candidate forum Tuesday for the March 6 city election. The forum is 6 p.m. at the Clovis Carver Library’s north annex and will be broadcast live on Suddenlink Channel 10. It features candidates running for mayor and […]

Candidate forum being held

CNJ staff The Clovis Industrial Development Corp., is hosting a municipal election candidate forum from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Feb. 21 at the Clovis-Carver Library north annex. Candidates will be available to answer questions regarding business and economic development issues. Questions for candidates should be submitted at clovisnm@clovisnm.org by Friday.

Letters to the editor: Candidate understands our needs

Candidate understands our needs All the candidates agree and will evidently support ensuring water is available for Clovis in the future. Likewise the candidates all support improving roads in the city. How can Clovis survive and prosper without those obvious issues being settled? There is a city commissioner candidate running in District 1 that will […]

Candidate Q&As: District 4 commission seat

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Chris Bryant, left, and R.L. Render Editor’s note: The following candidates are running for the four-year term of city commissioner for District 4. Candidates for the seat include incumbent Chris Bryant and challenger R.L. “Rube” Render. Candidates were asked the same questions and asked to keep their responses to 100 words or less. The municipal […]

Candidate Q&As: District 2 commission seat

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Sandra Taylor-Sawyer, left, and John D. Jones Editor’s note: The following candidates are running for the four-year term of city commissioner for District 2. The candidates for the open seat are John D. Jones and Sandra Taylor-Sawyer. Candidates were asked the same questions and asked to keep their responses to 100 words or less. The […]

Candidate Q&As: District 1 commission seat

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Randal S. Crowder, left, and Janice Elliott Editor’s note: The following candidates are running for the four-year term of city commissioner for District 1. Candidates for the seat include incumbent Randy Crowder and Jan Elliott. Candidates were asked the same questions and asked to keep their responses to 100 words or less. The municipal election […]

Candidate Q&As: Mayor

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Gayla Brumfield, left, and David Lansford Editor’s note: The following candidates are running for the four-year term of Clovis mayor. Candidates for the seat include incumbent Gayla Brumfield and former Mayor David Lansford. Candidates were asked the same questions and asked to keep their responses to 100 words or less. The municipal election is March […]