January 19, 2015

New Mexico Political Report on New Mexico PBS

House FloorNew Mexico Political Report‘s own Margaret Wright will be a part of New Mexico PBS’ coverage of the State of the State address tomorrow.

Wright will participate in the analysis of Gov. Susana Martinez’s State of the State address and will look at the legislative session.

In addition to Wright, former State Senators Mark Boitano and Richard Romero and University of New Mexico political science professor Gabe Sanchez will appear on the public TV station.

New Mexico PBS will cut into programming when Martinez enters the room for her State of the State address (sorry, fans of Dinosaur Train). The station will air the full speech live and then the panel discussion. The panel discussion will be finished by 2:30 pm at the latest.

The speech and panel discussion will also be available online at the New Mexico In Focus website.

So tune your TV to New Mexico PBS or set your browser to the New Mexico In Focus website if you can’t be in the Roundhouse for the speech.

New Mexico Political Report will also be in the Roundhouse for the State of the State address and all the reactions.

Author

  • Matthew Reichbach

    Matthew Reichbach is the editor of the NM Political Report. The former founder and editor of the NM Telegram, Matthew was also a co-founder of New Mexico FBIHOP with his brother and one of the original hires at the groundbreaking website the New Mexico Independent. Matthew has covered events such as the Democratic National Convention and Netroots Nation and formerly published, “The Morning Word,” a daily political news summary for NM Telegram and the Santa Fe Reporter.