| May 11, 2012
House District 46 candidates David Coss and Carl Trujillo on jobs and education, and a list of endorsements in the race.
| March 2, 2012
NMPolitics.net redacted many names and addresses from the voter-fraud report issued today by the Secretary of State’s Office. Here’s why.
| January 18, 2012
“An era is about to end,” The Santa Fe New Mexican wrote about House Speaker Ben Luján’s announcement on Tuesday that he has stage 4 lung cancer and won’t seek re-election.
| January 17, 2012
Click on the headline to watch Gov. Susana Martinez’s state of the state address live. Her office estimates that it will start around 12:30 p.m. today.
| January 8, 2012
Fracking plays a very important role in energy production nationally and in New Mexico. Natural gas is not risk-free, but no energy source is.
| October 25, 2011
Join NMPolitics.net’s liveblog of the Las Cruces mayoral candidate debate right here. The liveblog will get going around 6:15 p.m., and the debate starts at 6:30 p.m.
| May 29, 2011
Memorial Day was established as a time to heal wounds of a once-torn nation by honoring all military dead of the Civil War. The focus has become one of honor for all our war dead.
| March 23, 2011
Doña Ana County Commissioners opted on Tuesday to delay a vote on whether to censure Commissioner Leticia Duarte-Benavidez, saying they need to hear more from employees who accuse her of interfering in county personnel matters involving a family member and her campaign treasurer.
| March 22, 2011
UPDATED: Gov. Susana Martinez promised last month to start webcasting meetings of the State Investment Council, and she’s making good on that pledge starting today.
| March 19, 2011
Two behind-the-scenes battles exploded in public view and consumed the final hour of the 2011 legislative session today, causing the $240 million capital outlay bill to die as time expired.