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VOTE, EL PASO!

Get to know your City Council candidates to decide who you want to represent you. El Paso Matters and PBS El Paso are partnering up to show you who’s running for office and where they stand on key issues. The December 2022 runoff election is December 17th. Early Voting is November 30th through December 13th.

More information available through El Paso Matters atelpasomatters.org/voterguide.

* El Paso Matters and PBS El Paso reached out to every candidate running for city council. We were able to obtain responses from a vast majority of candidates. We asked the candidates to limit their response to 30 seconds.

DISTRICT 1

BRIAN KENNEDY
 Get to know Brian Kennedy, City Council candidate for District 1 which represents the West Side and Upper Valley. See his stance on taxes, the Downtown arena, and other key issues.

ANALISA CORDOVA SILVERSTEIN

Get to know Analisa Cordova Silverstein, City Council candidate for District 1 which representsthe West Side and Upper Valley. See her stance on taxes, the Downtown arena, and other key issues.

Analisa Cordova Silverstein | Facebook

DISTRICT 6

CLAUDIA LIZETTE RODRIGUEZ

Get to know Claudia Lizette Rodriguez, City Council candidate for District 6 which represents the area just west of Loop 375 stretching from Montana Avenue to Interstate 10. See her stance on taxes, the Downtown arena, and other key issues.

Claudia Lizette Rodriguez | Facebook

ART FIERRO

Get to know Art Fierro, City Council candidate for District 6 which represents the area just west of Loop 375 stretching from Montana Avenue to Interstate 10. See his stance on taxes, the Downtown arena, and other key issues.

Art Fierro | Facebook | Instagram

DISTRICT 8

BETTINA OLIVARES

Get to know Bettina Olivares, City Council candidate for District 8 which represents South El Paso, Downtown and the areas around UTEP. See her stance on taxes, the Downtown arena, and other key issues. 

Bettina Olivares | Facebook

CHRIS CANALES 

Get to know Chris Canales, City Council candidate for District 8 which represents South El Paso, Downtown and the areas around UTEP. See his stance on taxes, the Downtown arena, and other key issues.

Chris Canales | Facebook | Instagram