• November 29, 2021

Tags : dee margo

Hit hard by the coronavirus, El Pasoans will decide a

El Paso Mayor Dee Margo doesn’t know if any other first-term officials have been asked to join national crisis-management teams. But he wasn’t surprised he was recently asked to consider that option. “I told my wife, ‘You know, I am not so sure I am an expert on crisis management as much as I am […]Read More

EPCC to Host Texas Tribune’s ‘A Conversation with Mayor Dee

Community members are invited to a Conversation with Mayor Dee Margo, hosted by EPCC and moderated by Texas Tribune CEO Evan Smith on February 7th. The discussion will be followed by an audience Q&A session, and the entire conversation will be livestreamed at www.epcc.edu and texastribune.org/livestream. The video will be available for viewing afterward at […]Read More

Community and Human Development to host Neighborhood Summit

The City of El Paso Community and Human Development Department invites neighborhood associations and the community to attend the 13th Annual Neighborhood Summit from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 9, at the YISD Central Office, located at 9600 Sims. The free event, hosted in partnership with the El Paso Neighborhood Coalition, provides educational […]Read More

El Paso City Council Votes Down City ID Program

The El Paso City Council narrowly voted against creating a municipal identification card program amid concerns that the measure would lead to the border city being perceived as the kind of “sanctuary” jurisdiction that has been the target of President Donald Trump and Texas’ Republican leaders. In a 5-4 vote, the council voted down funding the […]Read More

Voters in San Antonio, El Paso Choose New Mayors in

The city of San Antonio is poised to usher in new leadership after a Saturday runoff election that saw incumbent mayor Ivy Taylor defeated by city council member Ron Nirenberg. And in El Paso, former Republican state Rep. Dee Margo  defeated businessman David Saucedo in the race to replace outgoing Mayor Oscar Leeser. Nirenberg won 55 percent of the […]Read More

Pizza with a Politician: Mayoral Candidate Dee Margo

As part of the El Paso Herald-Post’s mission to spark dialogue, discussion, thought and solutions we present Pizza with a Politician. It’s simply a conversation, with a local politician over pizza. All on the record, no set direction or pre-screened questions. And a delicious pizza. On a rapidly warming Tuesday in Downtown El Paso, we return […]Read More

Dee Margo kicks off Campaign for Mayor

In a news conference set overlooking the city he wishes to run, El Pasoan Dee Margo kicked off his campaign for mayor Wednesday afternoon. “I believe I speak the language of experience and know the people of El Paso are the greatest asset. I’m committed to lead El Paso.” Margo tweeted out shortly after his announcement. […]Read More

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