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Santa Fe mayor enters lieutenant governor race

KOB.com Web Staff
December 10, 2017 04:46 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Another Democrat is throwing his hat in the ring to be New Mexico's next lieutenant governor.

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Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzalez announced his bid on Saturday, just three months after announcing he would not seek re-election to remain the mayor of the state's capital city.

Gonzales joins a crowded Democratic field that includes Sen. Howie Morales, Eagles Nest resident Jeff Carr, Doña Ana County Commissioner Billy Garrett, former House Majority Leader Rick Miera and David McTeigue, a juvenile probation officer from Rio Rancho.

There's only one Republication currently seeking the position – former police officer Michelle Garcia Holmes.

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