Expert: El Paso voters back leaders' vision for city

Nov 12, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: El Paso Times

Experts say the recent general election may signal that generational and cultural changes are underway, including in El Paso, where the turnout rate seems fixed at less than half of the registered voters.

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Romo915

El Paso, TX

#1 Nov 12, 2012
Its time for healing now.

Since: Feb 12

Waltham, MA

#2 Nov 12, 2012
It is time to dump the entire city governemnt. They have robbed us blind for long enough.

The fools in this city just keep going along with no idea what the heck they are voting for. We have no m oney to pay our debts now and yet they approve $500,000,000 in new debt! It is clear why this city votes Democrat all the time. The majority of people here can not see beyond the rhetoric and just blindly fall in and vote for the feel good with no concern as to how it is to be paid for.

Wake up El Paso!
AREU4REAL

El Paso, TX

#3 Nov 12, 2012
Mayor Crook is leaving as he cannot run again. Don't think susie can run again either. Stevie is gonna try to be mayor(Hahahahaha) and Niland is going to be recalled. That leaves Dr. Noe and the area 5 lady to be taken out.

Down with the progressive people who disregard the voters and act like crazy functionaries who spend and borrow not unlike the federal government. I don't like the republicans either. I just don't want to have to worry about Governmental bankruptcy and rising tax rates.
Jerome

El Paso, TX

#4 Nov 12, 2012
AREU4REAL wrote:
Mayor Crook is leaving as he cannot run again. Don't think susie can run again either. Stevie is gonna try to be mayor(Hahahahaha) and Niland is going to be recalled. That leaves Dr. Noe and the area 5 lady to be taken out.
Down with the progressive people who disregard the voters and act like crazy functionaries who spend and borrow not unlike the federal government. I don't like the republicans either. I just don't want to have to worry about Governmental bankruptcy and rising tax rates.
We should not elect any fornicators or homosexuals either. This city needs to return to its moral roots if it's going to have any chance.
freud says

El Paso, TX

#5 Nov 12, 2012
Jerome wrote:
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We should not elect any fornicators or homosexuals either. This city needs to return to its moral roots if it's going to have any chance.
Cheack your history you peanut brain. Old El Paso (100 years back) police department and city government was financed in part by fees collected by prostitution you ignorant fool.
Jerome

El Paso, TX

#6 Nov 12, 2012
freud says wrote:
<quoted text>Cheack your history you peanut brain. Old El Paso (100 years back) police department and city government was financed in part by fees collected by prostitution you ignorant fool.
I don't care about that. Prostitution is no big deal as that's how many men get their cookies. Fornicating and gay sex is what's wrong with our town and many of our leaders engage in it on a regular basis.
Im Shocked

United States

#7 Nov 12, 2012
Okay i know most of the lana was pocketed the last time we passed a quality of life with just hiring more staff for department s but this one is for the children.
Huey Goins

El Paso, TX

#8 Nov 13, 2012
freud says wrote:
<quoted text>Cheack your history you peanut brain. Old El Paso (100 years back) police department and city government was financed in part by fees collected by prostitution you ignorant fool.
Bring on big brother.Catch the bad people We need a moral police squad set up like the Nazi gustafo with a genuine homophobic bible thumping tongue talking faith healing Jesus freak who can figure a way to get in and check El Paso people's bedrooms and see if any fornicating or homo BS is going on.Check out where priests are screwing little boys and them high priests that reshuffle them to keep dong what they is dong.Go into the houses of them people that offend the Jesus freaks and stomp hell out of them at 2 in the morning course people that have their houses on fire will not go to the door when the fire dept. tries to get in their house late at night out of fear that the Jesus freaks could be the ones at their front door to impose jihad on them.
El Chingon

United States

#9 Nov 13, 2012
I spent a year in El Paso....last week. Ewwww.
Que

El Paso, TX

#10 Nov 13, 2012
El Chingon wrote:
I spent a year in El Paso....last week. Ewwww.
chinga a tu madre pinche jotillo.
El Chingon

United States

#11 Nov 13, 2012
Que wrote:
<quoted text>chinga a tu madre pinche jotillo.
Und Sie ein Tag zu, cabrone.
El Chingon

United States

#12 Nov 13, 2012
schonen Tag zu
Que

El Paso, TX

#13 Nov 13, 2012
El Chingon wrote:
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Und Sie ein Tag zu, cabrone.
stop crying already you pinche maricon.
El Chingon

United States

#14 Nov 13, 2012
Gott selbst hat nach El Paso verurteilt. Ich Kann Ihnen nich helfen. Pu-ta.

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