Ev­ery­one Loves a Pa­rade

Catron Courier - - Opinions & Editorial - by Carol Jean Auf­frey

And the DPCC is no ex­cep­tion! Democrats were rep­re­sented at both the Que­mado In­de­pen­dence Day Pa­rade and at the pa­rade held in Re­serve. Raf­fles were held and wa­ter, pop and red, white and blue pop­si­cles were sold. A grand time was had by all. Thanks to all who stopped to visit and/or buy a raf­fle ticket.

DPCC also held a “Meet and Greet” with Jeff Carr at the Adobe Springs Cafe on Hwy 180 on July 17. Jeff is a can­di­date for Lt. Gover­nor and comes with quite a bit of ex­pe­ri­ence. Most im­por­tant he is a re­tired teacher of 27 years who will use the po­si­tion of Lt. Gover­nor to ad­vo­cate for ed­u­ca­tion.

For more in­for­ma­tion on Jeff and his goal of bring­ing the po­si­tion of Lt. Gover­nor out of the shad­ows, please visit Jeff's web­site car­forlt­gov.na­tion builder.com or visit face­book.comCar­rforlt­gov.

Jeff, a res­i­dent of Ea­gle Nest, NM, a ru­ral area, also can iden­tify with Ca­tron County where our ed­u­ca­tional chal­lenges are much dif­fer­ent than a met­ro­pol­i­tan area such as Albuquerque.

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