“My families’ history is rooted in the borderland area. El Paso’s people, food, and weather makes our city one of the most desirable places in the US. I enjoy exploring our natural areas and am grateful to see how EP is craddles by the Franklin Mountain range – thinking to myself ‘there is no place like home’. As El Paso continues to grow, it is important that the next Mayor preserves El Paso’s identity, delivers transparency, and uses this growth as an opportunity to innovate. We don’t need to waste tax payers’ dollars trying to reinvent the wheel. El Paso needs a Mayor that can draw from a wide range of experiences, bring best practices, and still ensure the identity of El Paso is preserved. That next Mayor will be me.”
The tax payers, will be left with another hefty debt that has implications on the City’s credit and access to low-interest loans. As El Paso’s next Mayor, I will be impartial in ensuring that we focus on all areas of El Paso for development or redevelopment, not just downtown.
We define it as a city in North America that welcomes refugees and illegal immigrants.
Ensuring the sanctity of the United States Constitution and the rights guaranteed to us under the Constitution are vital. While there are currently no formal federal guidelines
Building a wall between the U.S. and Mexico is fiscally irresponsible and ineffective. This issue confronts historical relevance of building walls and would diminish the Borderland Economic Environment that allows our economies thrive.
Trump’s proposed FY18 budget, named “America First: A Budget Blueprint to Make America Great Again,” has extremely harmful implications for the country and El Paso.