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Grant County Commissioner District 3

Together with other members of the County Commission, represents the County and its interests in all case not otherwise provided for by law. Appoints elections officials to fill vacancies. The Commission is responsible for the County budget, County ordinances and resolutions, and zoning and business regulation in unincorporated areas, and sets policy for the operations of County government. Must be at least 18 years of age and a resident of district from which elected. Four-year term, no more than two terms in succession.

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    Nancy Lee Stephens

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?

Campaign Mailing Address 2030 Silver St
Silver City, NM 88061
Campaign Phone 502-442-6209
Occupation Social Worker
I have been living in Silver City for 17 years, where together with my husband we are raising two school-aged kids. I earned a Master of Social Work degree from New Mexico State University and have worked as a clinical social worker for the past 20 years. I currently am a school social worker at Aldo Leopold (public) Charter School and am also Executive Director for the Imagination Library of Grant County, a nonprofit promoting early literacy. I have volunteered for Literacy Link Leamos, led parenting classes at the detention center, and served on local boards including Guadalupe Montessori School, Community Partnership for Children, and the Silver City Public Library Advisory Board.
Education, Environment and Access to Healthcare
I would talk with residents about their interests and concerns and encourage them to speak up and get involved.
I would partner with the County Clerk's Office.