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SANTA FE – All three of New Mexico’s newly-elected Democratic members of the U.S. House face re-election next year.
And all three began raising money and getting in close touch with constituents the day they took office.
Rep. Martin Heinrich’s 1st Congressional District is seeing much action with two possible Republican candidates, a libertarian, an unregistered hopeful and a lawsuit.
Republican Jon Barela says he plans to make an announcement very soon. The Albuquerque businessman has been a first vice chairman of the state GOP and was appointed to the Albuquerque Public Schools board.
Also looking seriously at the race is Kevin Daniels, an Albuquerque funeral home owner.
The Libertarian Party has nominated Alan Woodruff, a retired Albuquerque lawyer, as its 1st Congressional District candidate.
Woodruff also is serving as lead attorney in a suit being brought by the Libertarian and Green parties, with Daniel Fenton of Albuquerque, who is not registered to vote but wants to run for Congress.
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