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EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first of a series of questions asked by the Monitor to the five candidates running for County Council. The candidates responses will run each Sunday leading up to early and absentee voting, which begins Oct. 7. The election is Nov. 4.
Manuel J. Baca, 44, is the CEO and practice manager of Corazon del Oso Healthcare, LLC, where his wife is a doctor. The practice is at 3917 West Road, Suite 138. Baca studied theatre at the University of New Mexico from 1995–1998. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Theatre from Towson University in Towson, Md.
• Monitor: Why do you want to serve on county council and why should people vote for you?
• Baca: I want to serve on county council because I believe in public service and have spent most of my adult live dedicated to helping others.
People should vote for me because I’m a multi-faceted and multi-talented individual who has a vast amount of experience from outside of Los Alamos that I believe can help me bring the change that is needed and wanted by the community.
I believe that there is more to Los Alamos than just the Lab and I believe that there has been too much Lab influence on the way that Los Alamos has been run.
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