El Pasoans must have a long memory. During the 2010 campaign for State Rep. District 76, then incumbent Norma Chavez talked smack about her opponent Naomi Gonzalez’s sexuality after a perceived attack on the biker community during a candidate forum. Chavez ended up losing that race, and losing the seat she had held since 1996. Fast-forward to this March, and Chavez and newcomer Cesar Blanco were able to survive the Democratic primary, outlasting Gonzalez in a rather tame election campaign all around. Chavez would go on to lose to Blanco in the primary runoff in June, but she wasn’t a sore loser. She went over to Blanco’s headquarters on election night, gave him a hug and wished him well.