Am I in your district?

You can look up your address to see if you are in the new District 1 area here: https://gis.elpasotexas.gov/districting/

Am I registered to vote?

You can check your registration status here: https://www.epcountyvotes.com/

When does early voting start?

Early voting is November 30th - December 13th. Election Day is December 17th. You can view your ballot here: https://www.epcountyvotes.com/

Are you a Democrat or Republican?

The City of El Paso elected positions are non-partisan. What does that mean? A nonpartisan democracy (also no-party democracy) is a system of representative government or organization such that universal and periodic elections take place without reference to political parties. The city government is non-partisan because it governs ordinances dealing with our public safety, parks, roads, operations, and city taxes. None of these issues are moral or party based. For that reason, we do not run in the primary races. I plan to represent every person in our district that wants a voice in our City regardless of their party affiliation because that is what is best for our city. I have been a democrat and participated in political activities since I could vote, but I chose to run for this office because I am an El Pasoan and I want to see our city be united.

How can I get a mail in ballot? (Civilian)

Visit this page for instructions: https://www.epcountyvotes.com/voter_information/civilian_ballot_by_mail

How can I get a mail in ballot (Military)?

Visit this website: https://www.epcountyvotes.com/voter_information/fpca_military_and_overseas

What is your plan to improve animal services?

As an owner of 2 rescue dogs, I am passionate about taking care of our furry friends. Decreased pet adoptions have led to the overcrowding of shelters for El Paso Animal services, but we need to do better. I want to ensure that Animal Services is answering calls, remaining consistent with adoption events, and actively working with our shelters to make sure they have a place to stay.

Our local rescues are experts in animal care and Animal Services should adopt some of their practices such as making sure the adopted animals are suited for the family and living environment, ensuring adopted animals meet the current family pets, and spade/neutered before taking them home. They also need to instruct owners to make sure they make the chip information public so that if their dog is lost they are able to find them. The animals at the animal services shelter need to be in clean and spacious environments according to their size so they do not become sick.

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