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Thursday, March 21, 2013

Pete Dinelli Is Marching Along to be the Next Abq Mayor

From Pete Dinelli for Mayor Campaign:
Dominant part Whip, Rep. Antonio "Moe" Maestas Headlines, Even More, Dinelli Endorsements

Dominant part Whip, Rep. Antonio "Moe" Maestas Headlines, Even More, Dinelli Endorsements.

"It's a great opportunity to propel our city and I'm glad to remain with Abq families as we work to recuperate our economy and reestablish confidence in government," said Dinelli. "I'm respected to have the help of such a significant number of essential group pioneers."

Dinelli has amassed an unbelievably expansive coalition that incorporates present and previous chose authorities, open security authorities and group activists.

Adding their names to the developing coalition of supporters today is House Majority Whip spokesman Antonio "Moe" Maestas, spokesman Edward Sandoval, spokesman Sheryl WIlliams Stapleton, Abq City Councilor Issac Benton, previous Bernalillo County District Attorney Jeff Romero and previous Mayor of Los Ranchos de Abq Harry Stowers.

In underwriting Dinelli, Maestas stated, " Abq needs to push ahead again and I have faith in Pete Dinelli's vision for our city's future. Pete will recover our families to work by putting resources into essential open foundation and ensure our children get the training they merit. Pete has the spine to reestablish the softened trust and certainty up our city's authority and that is the reason he has my help."

The following is an entire rundown of declared supports:

State Auditor Hector Balderas
Fmr. NM Attorney General Patricia Madrid
Abq City Councilor Issac Benton
Abq City Councilor Rey Garduño
Fmr. Abq City Councilor, Michael Cadigan
Fmr. Abq City Councilor, Steve Gallegos
Fmr. Abq City Councilor, Miguel Gómez
State spokesman Rick Miera, Majority Leader
State Representative Moe Maestas, Majority Whip
State spokesman Ernest H. Chavez
State spokesman Miguel P. Garcia
State spokesman Emily Kane
State spokesman Edward Sandoval
State spokesman Sheryl Williams Stapleton

State spokesman Christine Trujillo
State spokesman Luciano “Lucky” Varela
State Senator Michael Padilla
State Senator Daniel Ivey-Soto
State Senator Gerald Ortiz Y Pino
Fmr. State Senator Dede Feldman
Fmr. State Senate Candidate Bill Tallman

Fmr. Public Regulations Commissioner, Jason Marks
Fmr. Bernalillo County District Attorney Jeff Romero
Bob Stover, Fmr. Chief, ABQ Police Department
Robert Ortega, Fmr. Chief, ABQ Fire Department
Ross Aranda, Fmr. Deputy Chief, ABQ Fire Department
Fmr. Mayor of Española, Joseph Maestas
Fmr. Mayor of Los Ranchos de Abq Harry Stowers
John Wertheim, Fmr. Chairman of Democratic Party of NM
Linda Stover, Fmr. President of Democratic Women of NM
Cynthia D. Borrego, MPA, Fmr. State PERA Chair

Foundation: Leader. Issue Solver. Born & brought up in Albuquerque. Pete Dinelli is running for Mayor since he won't remain on the sidelines while City Hall is overwhelmed in an open security emergency and negligible divided governmental issues. Pete knows our thriving relies upon making the great paying, durable occupations without bounds, giving a world-class instruction to our youngsters and open security that will make our city a model around the state and country. Pete has filled in as Chief Public Safety Officer, Deputy City Attorney, Director of the Safe City Strike Force, Chief Deputy District Attorney, 911 Interim Director, Workers' Compensation Judge, Abq City Councilor, Assistant District Attorney and Assistant Attorney General.

March 21, 2013 at 06:08 PM in 2013 Albuquerque Mayoral Race, Candidates & Races, Democrat | Permalink