Nota Bene by AHD: July 25th, 2018
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Nota Bene by AHD: July 25th, 2018

I. The RTW dominoes continue to fall: Roosevelt county isn’t necessarily a bastion of industry and working populations but their county commission approved an Americans for Prosperity backed Right-to-Work ordinance Wednesday making it the sixth New Mexico county to enact such an ordinance bypassing the union influenced Democratic majority in the Roundhouse. Read more about…

Have New Mexico Republicans abandoned Congressional District One?
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Have New Mexico Republicans abandoned Congressional District One?

New Mexico’s first congressional district was never a Republican bastion, but it used to be close. Made up primarily of Bernalillo county and the state’s largest city, Albuquerque, the district supported the Republican Presidential candidate until 1988, and was represented by a Republican for forty straight years. That ended with Rep. Heather Wilson’s departure in…

What Tuesday’s Results Mean for Republicans
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What Tuesday’s Results Mean for Republicans

Last night’s municipal elections in Las Cruces saw progressives claim victory in every race they participated in, which also saw a roughly 2% increase in voter participation from that last time those districts held elections (so much for an anti-Trump backlash). Turnout barely broke into the double digits unlike Albuquerque’s historic 29% turnout last month.…