NM Secretary of State’s Hyper Partisanship Leaves Taxpayers Footing the Bill
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NM Secretary of State’s Hyper Partisanship Leaves Taxpayers Footing the Bill

New Mexico Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver has been in the news for all the wrong reasons after announcing she will bring back straight-party voting to our general election ballots this November. The result so far? Seven counties are currently mulling resolutions opposing the straight-party voting option which could spur litigation in each county.…

Crib Sheet: August 16th, 2018
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Crib Sheet: August 16th, 2018

If the Democratic Party is going to continue to grow and be strong for generations to come, it must include all New Mexicans. Sadly, its current leadership has forgotten that. That’s why I am asking my fellow JFK Democrats of New Mexico and all those who believe in bipartisanship for the betterment of our Hispanic…

Crib Sheet: August 7th, 2018
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Crib Sheet: August 7th, 2018

Complacency is our number one enemy. [President Trump] is historically unpopular. The more he keeps it up, the more people are encouraged to restrain him. – Speaker of the House Brian Egolf, in a story published in The Hill. Across the country Republicans are concerned the combination of Trump’s polarizing style and increased Democratic enthusiasm…

100 Days from Election Day: Three Things to Watch in New Mexico
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100 Days from Election Day: Three Things to Watch in New Mexico

With Election Day right around the corner the 2018 election cycle will begin to noticeably ramp up from the post-primary lull. In some of the more interesting or competitive races this year, there are some dynamics at play that will have a large impact on the final results in November. As campaigns across the state…