Change Address

VOTE411 Voter Guide

Dona Ana County Commissioner District 4

The Board of County Commissioners, elected for partisan 4-year staggered terms by district, sets policy for the governance of Doña Ana County that is administered by an appointed County Manager. The Commission meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month. Commissioners’ salaries: $33,990 (Districts 2, 3, 4) or $29,557 (Districts 1, 5)Note: The district map we have available for this race is inexact. You may wish to view your sample ballot at NMVote.org to verify whether or not this race will be on your ballot.

Click a candidate icon to find more information about the candidate. To compare two candidates, click the "compare" button. To start over, click a candidate icon.

  • Candidate picture

    Irma Susana Chaparro
    (Dem)

  • Candidate picture

    Stacie M Durham
    (Rep)

Biographical Information

1. What skills, education and prior experiences qualify you for this office?

2. If elected, what are your highest priorities?

3. What steps would you take to enhance voter interest and participation in the voting process?

4. What measures would you employ to improve voting access and election security?

Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Campaign Mailing Address PO Box 631
Organ, NM 88052
Campaign Phone 575-296-5672
I am an NMSU graduate and possess a Bachelor of Individualized studies, primarily concentrating in business and arts & sciences. My degree in the arts & sciences allowed me to obtain a limited liability certificate for my business The Organ Mountain Historical Society.

I feel that I do have the experience within the district that I live to help serve my neighbors and constituents. , I do know that we need safer parks & recreation, as well as paved streets and animal control.

A) Health & Public Safety B) Economics C) Housing D) Education E) Public Transportation
I encourage everyone to keep an open mind about their choices when it comes time to vote. I also recommend that the voters do some research on a candidate they may be interested in before they conclude that decision. It is important for anyone who votes to be able to be proud of the changes that they help make.
I have no objections about voting access. It is the security that I find extremely important. I will want to implement several changes through the county clerk’s office to assure the voters that their vote is being counted without complications, in the facilities and through the mail. There are rules and regulations that should be effective, but at this time I am afraid we the people have made it clear that there should be more regulations to secure our voting system. I believe that we can come up with a solution.