Ysidro Gutierrez has filed to run for mayor of Lubbock, making it a four-man race so far for the position on the ballot in the May municipal election.
Gutierrez, a former Lubbock County commissioner, filed Friday, according to the most recent list of candidates released by the city of Lubbock.
He’s running on what he calls a conservative agenda, and reducing the city’s $1-billion-plus debt is No. 1 on his list, he said.
“What I want to do is communicate the need for an end to a liberal City Council,” he said.