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Sunday, January 21, 2018

City Elections 2010

Council Members-Elect to Take Oath of Office

Courtesy Edward Millan, (Laredo, Tx) Citing a desire to show how important it is for the City of Laredo , Webb County and all local governing agencies continue to work together for the mutual benefit of the community, Cm.-elect San Miguel says he is deeply honored to be sworn in as a public servant, serving

Municipal Court Judge-Elect To Be Sworn In

Courtesy Xochitl Mora, Committed to serving the community of Laredo with fairness and objectivity, as well as providing a hall of justice that is not only open to all, but open longer, Municipal Court Judge-elect Rosie Cuellar Castillo will be taking her oath of office surrounded by family, friends and supporters.  Ready to go to

Early Voting for Municipal Court Judge Race set to Begin

Madeline Lopez Escoto Candidate for Municipal Court Judge reminds you that early voting starts tomorrow November 29th in the race for Municipal Court Judge.  Early voting will run thru December 7th.  Election day will be held on December 11, 2010.  For more information on Madeline Lopez Escoto’s Campaign visit http://www.madelineforjudge.com/index.html

Caballero and Ramos Family Respectfully ask for Your Vote

Today is the last day to vote in early voting for the city elections that include the race for municipal court judge.   The Caballero and Ramos families respectfully ask for your vote for former Associate Municipal Court Judge Juan Caballero.  Election day will be on Tuesday November 2, 2010.

Public Access Channel to Air Debates for

Courtesy Xochitl Mora, The City of Laredo Public Information Office and the Telecommunications Division wanted to be an integral part of the local political process, helping to shape people’s opinion of the candidates and motivate citizens to vote.  It once again hosted political forums, in which all candidates for all city and school board general

Rules for Posting Campaign Signs

Courtesy Raul Leal, During campaign season, the landscape blooms with a special kind of flower – the political sign. Unlike wild flowers that are welcome anywhere, putting campaign signs on public lands is illegal. So before you plant that sign, learn the law and keep Texas beautiful. You Need To Know: ●    It is illegal

Manuel Arechiga For City Council District 6

(Laredo, Tx) Manuel Arechiga is well known and respected businessman in our community overseeing the family business as President of Arechiga Petroleum for 28 years.  He is married his wife of 27 years Cori V. Arechiga who is a local educator together they have raised  two daughters who are currently attending The University of Texas

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