I am writing today to announce the closure of the New Mexico Independent. After three and a half years of operation in New Mexico, the board of the American Independent News Network, has decided to shift publication of its news…
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Gov.-elect Susana Martinez was elected as an at-large member for the Republican Governor’s Association leadership team at its annual meeting in San Diego Thursday, reflecting her status as a rising star in the party just weeks after her election. Martinez was the first Hispanic woman to be elected as a governor, and the first woman governor of New Mexico.
Both gubernatorial candidates say they want to repeal New Mexico’s law giving illegal immigrants the right to get state drivers licenses.
New Mexico’s two candidates for governor clashed Wednesday on global climate change and its causes.
The back-and-forth began when Politico quoted Republican Susana Martinez in a story saying that she had “doubts about the role human activity plays in…
State Rep. Janice Arnold-Jones officially announced yesterday that she’ll run for the GOP nomination for governor in 2010. In her campaign kick-off address, Arnold-Jones emphasized three issues: connectivity, ethics and education.