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El Prado hardware store up for a vote (Tuesday morning) – The commission is going to pick up where it left off last week with a public hearing about a proposed El Prado hardware store, which … more
Michelle Lujan Grisham calls herself lucky. But talking to the governor-elect in the days after an overwhelming victory, you get the sense luck might not be the … more
ALBUQUERQUE: Gov.-elect Michelle Lujan Grisham launched her transition to power Wednesday sounding a lot like a woman who had just won a mandate.Hours after winning more votes than any gubernatorial … more
Offering a largely moderate message of enhanced investment in public education and an emphasis on clean energy production, Lujan Grisham, a 59-year-old Los Alamos native with varied experience as a state Cabinet secretary, made good on a nearly two-year campaign to... more
"New Mexicans sent a message they want a workhorse, not a show horse," Heinrich told reporters. more
Democrat Stephanie Garcia Richard shattered the glass ceiling Tuesday (Nov. 6) by becoming the first woman in New Mexico elected to serve as state land … more
The state GOP on Tuesday night (Nov. 6) experienced losses that even the most pessimistic Republican couldn't have figured on. more
By the end of Election Day, 58 percent of registered voters in Taos County turned out to cast their ballot. Taos County, a reliably Democratic area, stayed blue. The only contested county-level … more
Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe handily won reelection to another four-year term. more
New Mexico Secretary of State reports as of 5 p.m: 571,787 New Mexicans have voted. more
Voting was off to a brisk start at 120 Civic Plaza Drive in Taos, with 28 people by 7:30 a.m. This article includes a list of polling places throughout Taos County, which are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. more
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
The "Rally New Mexico Red" event will be held at an airplane hangar in Roswell. more
In another move to make Taos County a more welcoming place for immigrants, the Taos County Board of Commissioners approved a resolution Tuesday (Oct. 23) … more
The Blue Buses are more than a pleasant ride through the country. In rural places like Taos County, the buses are a lifeline for many different people in the community. more
If you’ve noticed a campaign sign for a Taos County Sheriff candidate appear and then disappear, perhaps with the sign of an opposing candidate taking its place, it might not be because your … more
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