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    Challenger Clark wins Greeley mayoral race

    GREELEY — Challenger Ed Clark ousted incumbent Mayor Tom Selders handily Tuesday night in an election overshadowed by issues of illegal immigration.

    Clark, a school security guard and former Greeley police officer, bested Selders by 7,858 votes to 5,015. Selders, a longtime fixture in city government and a two-term mayor, couldn't be reached for comment Tuesday night.

    Selders earned the ire of many conservatives in Greeley for traveling to Washington, D.C., earlier this year to complain that raids by Immigration Customs and Enforcement agents at Swift meatpacking plants were disruptive to families.

    At least two outside groups targeted Selders for his stance, saying he was soft on illegal immigrants. One group —
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    Alliance for a Better Greeley — distributed a mailer showing a group characterized as gangsters flashing gang signs under text that read "Tom Selders is Good for Business."

    Clark said he had nothing to do with the campaign against Selders. Clark — a former officer in Greeley's gang unit — said he wanted to add at least 20 new officers to the Greeley force and get the city more involved in after-school programs for kids.

    Clark drew criticism for pulling a weapon on an intruder at University Schools, where he works.

    School officials backed Clark's use of the gun.
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    Great news ,anyone have more local results from other areas?
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    Houston Independent School District was approved to spend more tax payer dollars on "subsidized colonization" for 13 new schools. Over 200 million dollars will be used for the colonization effort.It was an extremely close vote, though.Obviously with the 9% turnout many were thinking about contracts not their nation.I was wondering if colonization begins to fail will they convert these new schools into deportation holding facilities?

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