Last Wednesday, my grandfather, Ruben B. Salcido, went up to heaven and we gained another angel. I have learned so much from him and am grateful that I was able to have a wonderful example of what it was like to serve my community.
On April 30, Analisa hosted a Kids Day Rally at the Westside Community Park. She set up games and activities where kids could share what they love about El Paso and what is most important to them. They voted with stickers and drew pictures of what they love about El Paso.
“I am committed to supporting safe neighborhoods, supporting open spaces and parks; and making sure we are being fiscally responsible with our taxpayer money while continuing the momentum in building a more economically competitive El Paso.”