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Early Voting begins in New Mexico on Oct. 16. Are you ready?
Perhaps you have reached a firm decision on your choices for governor and your district’s representative to Congress. Good. How about the rest of the ballot?
New Mexico has long ballots in general elections. Usually our attention is so dominated by the top of the ticket that we pay little or no attention to lower-level races. They all affect our lives.
Statewide, this year, we have contests for Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Auditor, Land Commissioner, State Treasurer, and three judges of the Court of Appeals. Two sitting Supreme Court justices and two Court of Appeals judges are running unopposed in “retention” elections.
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