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U.S. House races are beginning to take shape. Senate races already are well set because they are statewide.
Senate candidates don’t have to worry about what redistricting might do to their campaign plans.
Heather Wilson and Martin Heinrich reported impressive third quarter fundraising totals.
Lt. Gov. John Sanchez still can give Wilson a race in the GOP primary, with Greg Sowards lurking as a possible spoiler.
State Auditor Hector Balderas still has a shot at Heinrich in the Democratic primary.
But it is the House where interest now is turning. The 1st Congressional District has a full-blown race on the Democratic side. Rep. Martin Heinrich is giving up the seat to run for the Senate post being vacated by Sen. Jeff Bingaman.
State Rep. Eric Griego got in first and has been raising money and picking up endorsements from progressive groups.
Former Albuquerque Mayor Marty Chavez soon jumped in and has been doing well raising money among more moderate voters.
County Commissioner Michelle Grisham joined them in mid-August. She, too has posted strong fundraising totals.
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