Pueblo indigenous Elvis Martinez enters city council race for District 1 seat

Throughout the twice-every month Pueblo Metropolis Council conferences, it is typical for Elvis Martinez to show

Throughout the twice-every month Pueblo Metropolis Council conferences, it is typical for Elvis Martinez to show up and communicate all through public discussion board.  

The 28-yr-old, usually clad in a fedora and accommodate jacket, speaks at virtually each and every meeting about an array of problems. Recently it has been domestic violence, vacant properties or city infrastructure. 

Now, the Pueblo indigenous is running to sit on the other side of the dais as a consultant for District 1. 

“Just about every city has their possess concerns,” he said. “It has to be the appropriate leaders to take care of these difficulties.” 

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Martinez grew up on the East Side, graduating from East Significant Faculty in 2011. He earned a certification in culinary arts from Pueblo Local community College after high school, and has worked as a relative caregiver for the past 8 a long time.