Ferguson wins re-election, Lozano joins school board in Presidio elections
May 11th, 2017 under Top Stories
By CAMERON DODD
PRESIDIO — Presidio Mayor John Ferguson won re-election Saturday in the City of Presidio general election. Council Member Isela Nuñez won re-election to the Presidio City Council.
First-time candidates Victor Hernandez and Samuel Carrasco will also join the council. Hernandez will serve a full two-year term, while Carrasco was elected to a one-year unexpired term.
In the Presidio Independent School District Board of Trustees election, incumbents Carlos Nieto, Velva Sanez and Alfredo Muñiz held onto their seats. Dr. Luis Lozano won election to the board as well.
Current School Board President Helio Franco lost his re-election bid, coming in sixth in total votes in the race for four open trustee seats.
The full results are as follows:
John Ferguson — 273
Presidio City Council, two full-term seats:
Isela Nuñez — 294
Presidio City Council, one unexpired term:
Samuel Carrasco — 224
Presidio ISD Board of Trustees:
Carlos Nieto — 378
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