Democratic candidates face primary ru...

Democratic candidates face primary run-off in District 2 Commission...

There are 4 comments on the Farmington Daily Times story from May 6, 2010, titled Democratic candidates face primary run-off in District 2 Commission.... In it, Farmington Daily Times reports that:

Although a number of candidates have voiced interest in the District 2 seat of the County Commission, just two will face off in the June primary challenge.

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Need A Runner

Tuba City, AZ

#1 May 6, 2010
In this day and age, we are in dire need of a "DOER", not a talker. Leonard is that "doer". In addition to being an action oriented person, he is a good listener. He has been a community front runner as a local and State School Board Member. He has been very proactive on the Largo Wash bridge. The residents from Blanco Canyon would be isolated from the rest of civilization without it. He doesn't even live in that area, but is sensitive and supportive of the entire community. He has been a spokesman for the project when the Blanco Canyon needed a representative. Nobody puts Leonard Trujillo in the corner. He is force and a voice to be contended with. We need this kind of person with common sense on the commission.
Conservative

Albuquerque, NM

#2 May 6, 2010
Margaret might work for this district, then again lorenzo bates might as well. Just concentrating on dislikes and likes will not cut muster. Realizing the deficits and our valuable resources here, a candidate might position itself to support pit rule elimination! Why? For our oil and gas economy in the county and the revenue it draws from it.
Get a Clue

Tuba City, AZ

#3 May 6, 2010
Conservative wrote:
Margaret might work for this district, then again lorenzo bates might as well. Just concentrating on dislikes and likes will not cut muster. Realizing the deficits and our valuable resources here, a candidate might position itself to support pit rule elimination! Why? For our oil and gas economy in the county and the revenue it draws from it.
Pit rules can only be set at the State level. Lorenzo Bates is only serving as a vote splitter. He cannot even serve as a Chicken Farm Manager that doesn't exist. Better check his record of Tribal corruption paper trail. He knows how to funnel opm(other people's money) into his pockets! Ask him to show you his Council Delegate ring that was purchased with scarce Tribal Funds. He would most definitely support the commision buying rings. He is the proverbial "Ring Master".
Margaret in November

Albuquerque, NM

#4 May 6, 2010
She will get the job done. San Juan County needs a good level headed thinker like Magaret McDaniel. She has good business sense too.

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