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        While there is much on the news about the presidential race you should also be aware of the local races.You have seen the political signs. Local candidates are running. They want your vote.
The local contested races are Commissioner for Precinct Nos. 1 & 3 and Constables in Precincts 1, 3, and 4. Allan Ramirez and Kenny Spann are running for Commissioner in Precinct No. 1 and Gary E. Burns and Ron Reyna are running for Commissioner in Precinct No. 3. Stacey Martin and Richard Castillo are running for Constable Precinct No. 1. Kenneth Easley, Jr. and Robert Rodriguez are running for Constable in Precinct No. 3. John G. Miller is running for Constable in Precinct No. 4 and has a write-in opponent.
There are several unopposed candidates for public office for which everyone in the county may vote. These include; Joseph P. (Pat) Kelly for District Judge, 24th Judicial District, Kemper Stephen Williams for District Judge, 135th Judicial District, T. Michael O’Connor for Sheriff, and Rena Scherer for County Tax Assessor/Collector.
James Calaway. Constable Precinct No. 2 is unopposed candidate for precinct public office.
In Bloomington ISD there are five positions on the Board of Trustees up for election this November. Place 1 is an un-expired term with Diana Garcia Cano, Eloy DeLaRosa, John Ellsworth, Eva Hinojosa and Kathy K. Moses all seeking this office. Place 4 has Bacilio Cantu and Dewaye Janis vying for the office. Place 7 has David Hoffman and Felix Salinas both seeking election. John Cranfill is unopposed for Place 5 and Joe Canales, Jr. is unopposed for Place 6.
In addition Bloomington ISD has am $8 million bond proposition on the ballot.
Quail Creek MUD also has a proposition on the ballot to increase maintenance fees for street lights, homeowners association and volunteer fire department.