NM Elections Roundup: Fundraising emails slowing down

The flood of campaign emails is over, and will recede into its normal trickle of one or two a day instead of three or four from every campaign every day. That’s because the deadline for federal races for the first quarter of the year was March 31. Those financial numbers will be available on April 15. The deadline for statewide, legislative and a host of other races was April 2. Those numbers are due on the state website on April 9.

NM Elections Roundup: Two GOP House members say no to reelection and more elections news…

There was some big news in the land of elections over the last week here in New Mexico. The biggest news was probably two Republican member sof the House who decided not to run for another term: House Minority Leader Nate Gentry and Sarah Maestas Barnes. Both are from Albuquerque. They are also both in districts that increasingly lean towards Democrats and would have been tough for Republicans to hold even with the incumbency advantage. You can see more analysis of these and other legislative seats here.

Elections roundup: Rio Rancho, Santa Fe and more go the polls

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