Votes may be cast daily until September 26—so get crackin’!
The great day has come, the great day has come at last. The nominees are on the ballot and the polls are officially open for Best of Burque Restaurant, 2018 edition. Participants may vote daily until September 26. Yes, daily! Yes, this IS a popularity contest! (And may the most delicious contestants win.)
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Proposed changes to campaign finance reporting rules attempt to update sections of the Campaign Reporting Act that have been invalidated in court, but some are concerned the rules will force disclosure of people who want to remain anonymous, violating their First Amendment rights.
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Alison Brie, Aubrey Plaza and Kate Micucci are naughty nuns in oddball literary adaptation
By Devin D. O’Leary
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Slapfish starts building ABQ location, Green Jeans burglary suspect arrested, Range Cafe gets a new location, US Senator questions snortable chocolate, New Mexico a favorite of Guy Fieri and why you should buy local squash.