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State Sen. Howie Morales, D-28, may have been in Los Alamos to outline his plans for governor, but he also wanted to make sure the event wasn’t a typical one-way exchange.
“I want to make sure this visit is as informal as possible. Please feel free to stop me, ask questions, feel free to give some of your thoughts and experiences,” he said, adding that his appearance Monday at the Los Alamos High School’s Speech Theater will mark the fourth time he’s campaigned in Los Alamos since declaring his candidacy for the governor’s office Oct. 22.
Morales is one of five democratic candidates who have declared their intentions to win New Mexico’s top office. The others include New Mexico Attorney General Gary King, State Sen. Linda M. Lopez (D-11), Lawrence Rael, former state executive director of the Farm Service Agency and businessman Alan Webber.
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