It’s Election Day in cities all across New Mexico!
Voters in Rio Rancho get to vote on a slate of new city councilors and ethics ordinances for elected officials and the Tea Party is working overtime to defeat a bond package to invest in streets and roads.
In Santa Fe, a hotly contested city council race will likely help to decide how Santa Fe digs itself out of a budget deficit.
Did you know? New Mexico has more than 680 locally elected officials making villages, towns and cities work across the state. And today, voters in Raton, Belen, Clovis, Socorro, Silver City and dozens of other municipalities statewide are heading to the polling place today to elect new city councilors, municipal judges and mayors.
Is your city having an election today?
Check your address in our form here and we’ll help you find out.
OH! And don’t forget…
It’s not too late to vote in our ProgressNow 2016 Presidential Poll. We’ll announce the winners on Friday – don’t let your voice go unheard!
Grab a friend and MSNBC and watch the Republican party implode live on TV tonight starting at 5pm Mountain Time after Super Tuesday primary polls start closing on the east coast.
Did you see? Governor Martinez and Gov. Scott Walker of WI hastily convened a panic call with Republican governors after Chris Christie endorsed Donald Trump. The NM Political Report has the rundown here.
OFA New Mexico is holding a rally at UNM urging Republican senators to #DoYourJob and confirm a Supreme Court nominee. Senators Udall and Heinrich have been vocal in their calls for the same. OFA will give them a ‘Thank You,’ too. More on that event here.