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Tuesday (Oct. 9) During its 4 p.m. Tuesday meeting, the Taos town council will ratify a grant for the Abeyta water project and consider approving a $57,600 payment to El Prado Water and Sanitation … more
Political candidate forums organized by the League of Women Voters normally are sedate affairs. But a Wednesday night event at Santa Fe Community College turned surprisingly raucous as Gavin … more
Republican gubernatorial candidate Steve Pearce's tax returns likely will be in the crosshairs of Democrats seeking to bury the Hobbs congressman before the Nov. 6 finish of the race to succeed … more
The League of Women Voters of New Mexico is for the first time publishing separate voter guides for the 12 New Mexico counties with substantial Native American populations, including Taos. The League … more
Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe and his Republican challenger in the 2018 general election, Jani Davis, answered questions and debated some of the important public safety concerns in Taos County at … more
Democratic Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe and Republican candidate Jani Dean Davis met on stage at University of New Mexico’s Bataan Hall Thursday (Oct. 4). The forum was co-hosted by the … more
You are "the public" and these meetings give you the chance to influence your government and keep leaders accountable. more
Sheriff's forum on Thursday, October 4. Doors open at 5 p.m.; forum begins at 5: 30. University of New Mexico's Bataan Hall (115 Civic Plaza Drive). more
A handful of students gathered at the intersection of Paseo del Pueblo and Kit Carson Road Thursday (September 27) in opposition to Brett Kavanaugh's pending appointment to the United States Supreme … more
Health care reform may have galvanized the tea party movement eight years ago and contributed to a wave of Republican victories. But now Democrats in … more
A board of people meant to keep tabs on the cleanup of nuclear material around Los Alamos has thrown its weight behind an effort to address what they see as serious issues of nuclear weapons … more
Taos United has put out some information to encourage people who aren’t already registered to do so before the Oct. 9 deadline. more
Republican gubernatorial candidate Steve Pearce's campaign has released a controversial ad attacking Democratic opponent Michelle Lujan Grisham for her ties to a Santa Fe lawyer who is … more
New Mexico Democrats say Republican U.S. Senate candidate Mick Rich has attempted to minimize the crime of sexual assault, provided that the perpetrator was a high school student. Rich spoke of sex … more
The State Auditor's Office wants to subpoena documents from a Northern New Mexico village that has paid more than $1.5 million to a prominent Albuquerque law firm over the last decade under an … more
Health care reform may have galvanized the tea party movement eight years ago and contributed to a wave of Republican victories. But now Democrats in … more
As a newly elected U.S. senator, Martin Heinrich was cautious in 2012 when asked about legalizing marijuana. Up for re-election in November, the Democrat tweeted... more
The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled Wednesday (Sept. 12) against straight-party voting. Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver had made a decision to allow people to mark a box on the November … more
Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver is sticking to her guns. In a 23-page response to a lawsuit filed by the state Republican and Libertarian parties and others, lawyers representing … more
As part of the 2018 New Mexico gubernatorial campaign, Congresswoman Michelle Lujan-Grisham stopped in Taos Sunday (Sept. 2) for a gathering at Mayor Dan … more
An appeals court on Thursday snubbed the Corrections Department's argument that the Fair Pay for Women Act does not apply to New Mexico government employees.Facing lawsuits from women … more
If you're running for public office in New Mexico and need to raise money, your traditional sources of campaign funds from the business world might look like … more
Sen. Carlos Cisneros, D-Questa, has been elected chair of the Border Legislative Conference. The organization's mission is to … more
Former Gov. Gary Johnson said he used to believe the job of a U.S. senator was “bellying up to the trough.” more
By Heath Haussamen NMPolitics.netJohn Gomes was smiling as he filled out a voter registration form at Chaparral High School in April."I love being patriotic and living in this country," said the … more
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