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5pm update: Polls are open countywide until 7pm. Here is the full list. more
Just over two-fifths of registered Democrats have already voted in the general election, according to the final early voting data released Sunday (Nov. 4). more
In the closing weeks of a competitive race, Michelle Lujan Grisham and Steve Pearce will shout it till they're hoarse: My opponent would be a dreadful … more
Even though it's that face-to-face communication that give elections in rural places a friendly buzz, local election systems have to be on guard against an onslaught of threats from faceless hackers. more
Gary L. Clingman moved on after he was fired from the Odessa Police Department in West Texas. The young officer took a job with a local sheriff's office. He … more
Mick Rich is not fazed. If he is, he is not letting on. It has been more than a year since the Albuquerque contractor and political … more
In addition to deciding on candidates for county, state and federal offices, voters in New Mexico are being asked whether the state should issue $166 million in bonds to pay … more
For at least 13 years, New Mexico has seen a seemingly endless parade of corrupt political figures falling into disgrace, with two state treasurers, two state senators, a secretary of state and a … more
The race for a seat representing New Mexico in the U.S. Senate has cost more than $6.8 million so far. And that is just what candidates' campaigns had spent by the end of September, according to … more
ALBUQUERQUE– Gary Johnson is just getting warmed up. "I mean, what does the Department of Homeland Security even do?" the former governor asks a reporter... more
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