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Daniel Galindo is running for District 38 representative

Daniel Galindo is running for District 38 representative

Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Daniel Aldas Galindo. I retired after 26 years as an environmental scientist with the New Mexico Environment Department’s Air Quality Bureau. Being born in Carls-- Continue reading

Rep. Dianne Hamilton Endorses Rebecca Dow for District 38

Silver City- Representative Dianne Hamilton announced today that she has endorsed Rebecca Dow to replace her in New Mexico House of Representatives, District 38. Rep. Hamilton has served in the New Me-- Continue reading

Jimmy McCauley-Democrat Candidate County Commission District 4

Jimmy McCauley-Democrat Candidate County Commission District 4

James McCauley has announced his candidacy for Democrat Candidate for Grant County Commissioner, District 4

- Born and lived whole life in Grant County

- Graduate of Cobre High School and NMSU
- Wife i-- Continue reading

Michael R. Renteria announces candidacy for Sixth Judicial District Attorney

Michael R. Renteria announces candidacy for Sixth Judicial District Attorney

My name is Michael R. Renteria, and I am pleased to announce my candidacy for the position of District Attorney in the Sixth Judicial District of New Mexico. As your next District Attorney, my aim is-- Continue reading

Rebecca Dow announces candidacy for NM House District 38

Rebecca Dow announces candidacy for NM House District 38

Rebecca Dow is the 42 year old wife of Aaron Dow, and mother of two children Jaylah Danielle Dow-Pendleton, and Seth Dow. Aaron and Rebecca own Dow Technology, a multifaceted technology firm. In addit-- Continue reading

Major Endorsements for Mary Hotvedt for District 38 Seat in the New Mexico House of Representatives

In the past week, three prominent New Mexicans-- Alan Webber, entrepreneur and policy activist, Tim Eichenberg, New Mexico’s State Treasurer; and Dr. Felipe de Ortego y Gasca, distinguished Professor E-- Continue reading

Tony Trujillo Announces Candidacy for Grant County Commissioner, District 4

Tony Trujillo Announces Candidacy for Grant County Commissioner, District 4

Silver City, NM --- Antonio (Tony) P. Trujillo announced his Democratic candidacy for Grant County Commissioner, District 4, on Tuesday, March 8, by filing with the Grant County Clerk’s office.

Tony w-- Continue reading

Representative John L. Zimmerman Announces Run for Reelection for House of Representatives in District 39

Representative John L. Zimmerman Announces Run for Reelection for House of Representatives in District 39

Representative John L. Zimmerman, incumbent in House District 39, announced his campaign for reelection. As state representative for District 39 Zimmerman represents parts of Dona Ana, Grant and Sierr-- Continue reading

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