The Road to 10-1 -- New Names

Three More for District 4, One for District 3

Since we last counted, a few more . . .
Since we last counted, a few more . . .

In District 4, two anticipated candidates, TSU student Manuel A. Muñoz and Goodwill Industries project coordinator Roberto Perez Jr. filed their CTDs this week – as did previously unknown Xavier Hernandez. And as expected, retired computer tech and community activist Sabino “Pio” Renteria filed his CTD for District 3.

That makes nine competitors having filed in District 3 (with at least one more anticipated), and 10 in District 4. Previous filers in those districts are listed here and here.

Meanwhile, the Chronicle’s diligent online tech team has revised our 10-1 master list to make it more readily distinguishable and searchable by district (and mayor’s race). Each race is now listed individually under “Meet the Candidates” here, and we’ll add new candidates and new information on the candidates, as it becomes available.

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