Las Cruces Bulletin – Shannon Reynolds seeks second term on county commission
Shannon Reynolds won the election to the District 3 seat in November of 2018. He took office on Jan. 1, 2019, and he will be eligible to seek re-election in 2022.
District 3 encompasses a large sector of southeastern Doña Ana County including Las Alturas, Telshor, Roadrunner, Butterfield, Foothills, the Talavera, University Hills, NMSU, White Sands Missile Range, and Tortugas. District 3 will encompass Chaparral starting 2023.
Commissioner Reynolds is a Vietnam Era USAF Veteran, 1975-1979. He has more than 40 years of industry management and training knowledge experience that inform his decisions and guidance to the county. He holds a General Engineering Degree from the University of Illinois, and worked at Novell from 1981 to 1987 as Partner Systems Engineer, and Teaching Assistant at the University of Illinois. He then joined IBM in Las Cruces, as Academic Information Systems Engineer from 1987-1990, before taking on the role of Partner Technical Manager at EMC Corp., until 2009, when he retired.
Shannon Reynolds served as City Councilman for Milford, Ohio, from 2004 to 2006. Later, he served as International Student Exchange Director for Cincinnati Public Schools’ Taiwan Student Exchange Program, from 2013 to 2015. He garnered various awards for teaching in Switzerland, Great Britain, Germany, Mexico and major cities throughout the United States and Canada. Commissioner Reynolds holds the following certifications: NM Edge Certified Public Official, NM Edge Certified County Commissioner, and NM Edge Certification in Advocate for Public Ethics. He is one of only 17 people in the entire state of New Mexico to hold the NM EDGE certification.
Shannon Reynolds is the best choice to represent Doña Ana County District 3
Vote for Shannon on Tuesday, November 8, 2022
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