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Claudia Lizette Rodriguez wins El Paso’s District 6 council runoff election

EL PASO, Texas - Final results Saturday night in the runoff election for El Paso's district six council seat indicate Claudia Lizette Rodriguez has won the race, beating Debbie Torres.

According to unofficial election results, Rodriguez had 645 votes (53.09%) and Torres had 570 votes (46.91%).

The polls closed at 7 p.m. on Saturday. At 9:30 p.m., 100% of precincts were reporting numbers.

"The top priority for District six is to fix our infrastructure," Rodriguez told ABC-7 this week. "We have a lot of old roads, especially in the valley."

"What I hear constituents saying is that they want to be heard and they want to be able to have their issues resolved," said Torres earlier this week.

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Kate Bieri

Kate Bieri is ABC-7’s New Mexico Mobile Newsroom reporter and co-anchors ABC-7’s weekend evening newscasts.

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  1. 645 out of 47,000 people vote to give this person a gravy, well paying job? This is one pathetic outpost and people wonder why the rest of the state does’nt recognize this “city”, sad at best

  2. Oh I almost forgot all the woman knows how to do is fold sweaters at her parents clothes store so apparently that qualifies her to hold office sort of like beto o dork all he ever did is run afoul of the law and get mommy and daddy to bail him out

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