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The New Mexico Secretary of State’s office said nearly 800,000 of the state’s 1,350,181 registered voters either voted early or had cast their ballots by 8 a.m. on election day (today). That is a turnout of almost 58.5 percent, with election day polls open until 7 p.m. tonight. more
It’s Election Day in Doña Ana County and throughout the United States. Voting had already surpassed 2016 numbers by 9 a.m. this morning. Polls will be open until 7 p.m. at 40 county locations. more
In addition to candidates running for federal, statewide, legislative and local offices, the 2020 General Election ballot contains two proposed constitutional amendments and three statewide bond issues. more
The New Mexico Legislature is a powerful body of 42 state senators and 70 state representatives charged with, among other duties, approving New Mexico’s more than $7 billion state budget and redistricting after the decennial census. more
The Doña Ana County Clerk’s Office has announced in-person, early-voting locations for the 2020 general election. more
As of Aug. 7, there are 88 days until the Tuesday, Nov. 3, General Election. Yard signs and billboards are allowed 90 days before an election, and they have already begun to appear. more
If nothing changes from the unofficial totals from the June 2 Primary, this is what Doña Ana County voters can expect to see on the Nov. 3 General Election ballot, keeping in mind that legislative races are by district. more
Doña Ana County had the lowest turnout by percentage of all 33 New Mexico counties in the June 2 Primary Election, according to unofficial numbers from the New Mexico Secretary of State’s office (NMSOS). more
Democrat State Senator John Arthur Smith has formally announced he will seek re-election to House District 36. more
Today’s political rhetoric often offers only a slight difference between fiction and reality. Perhaps nowhere is that more true than in the desire to do away with the Electoral College. more
The New Mexico Secretary of State’s office listed 54 candidates in 19 races for 13 seats in the New Mexico Legislature representing Doña Ana County and six races for county office. A total of 32 Democrats, 21 Republicans and one Libertarian filed for local offices in the June 2 primary, with winners advancing to the Nov. 3 ballot. more
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