Saturday, May 08, 2010
Dem PRC District 2 Candidate Stephanie DuBois Airs First Radio Ad
The campaign wants you to know that Stephanie has started airing radio ads, first in Alamogordo on KRSY. Ads in the Las Cruces area on KVLV will start soon. Ads can also be heard in Ruidoso on KRUI and on the east side on KBIM. Ads will also air in Roswell, Artesia, Hobbs and Carlsbad staring in the next few days.
Click to listen to the ad (mp3):
The campaign is excited about getting our message out to the voters. Stephanie cares about the people in the district, which includes 14 counties. That is why she chose to run on public money. Stephanie has no ties to big utility companies and public money allows her to be an independent voice for the consumer.
The PRC is the most powerful commission in the state. It's more powerful than the state legislature because it only takes a majority of 5 to raise your utility bills.
The PRC regulates electricity,telephone, all insurances, gas and oil pipelines and private water wells. Other entities that come under the PRC's review include the Fire Marshall's office, the regulation of taxi cabs, limousines, trucking and wrecker services.
Stephanie's background is as a businesswoman and a former manager of the Deming-Luna County Chamber of Commerce. In addition, she has devoted many hours to volunteerism as a mediator for Magistrate Court, as a volunteer radio host and as a member of many non-profit organizations. This experience has given Stephanie a clear understanding of the needs of the people in her community and the importance of being elected to a position that requires her to show up for work to represent the people who elect her and pay her the salary that goes with the job.
Stephanie DuBois is unopposed in the District 2 Democratic primary, but in the general will face the winner of the Republican primary -- either Patrick Lyons or Bob Corn.