Just the facts, son.
for parties and stuff.
The Downtown Neighborhood Area Sector Development Plan restricts bail bond businesses to a 500-foot radius around the courthouses. But this only applies to businesses within the plan’s boundaries and only to newcomers. The plan will also not affect historic overlay zone guidelines or boundaries, but the zoning for most properties will change.
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polls close at 7 p.m.!
That's about how many people have voted so far, says the County Clerk. So stop in on your way home from work! Polls are open until 7 p.m.
If you are a registered Republican, you will be voting in the Republican primary. Your choice for Senate is between Wilson and Sowards. Of the two, we endorsed Wilson. Sowards didn't come in for an interview, so we cannot endorse him.
In the general election, whoever wins this primary race will face off against the winner of the Democrat primary. That's either Martin Heinrich or Hector Balderas. If you are a registered Democrat, you'll be choosing between those two candidates during the primary election.
I'm sorry if the "guess which" is throwing people off. In the writeup, Wilson contradicts herself on the marriage equality issue. She says marriage, in the government's eyes, is about caring for offspring. But then she tells a story of a lesbian couple taking in five orphans with HIV. It's an odd, logical mis-step for her. Or at least that's the way the editorial board saw it. Her other views are self-consistent.
We will interview folks and endorse again in October before the general election, when Dem faces GOP faces Green faces Libertarian, etc.
Thanks for reading!
schools around the country are making the choice. We've chosen not to have pink slime at school. So no districts in New Mexico will serve the stuff as of July.
is amazing. Waste at least five minutes on that link. I know it's at the bottom, but for serious.
and I'm really glad you're commenting here. No b.s.
You should make some art more in line with your values. I'd be really interested to see it.
and sums up what I think about this in a nutshell:
Lauren is talking about a culture that she's been part of her whole life—New Mexican culture. That's not uniformly Mexican-American culture. Instead, her character is based largely in pop culture and youth culture. Lynette is as girl from a very specific time and place.
If that gets translated more to something more general and fuels ignorant hatred, that's not her bad. It's always the fault of the racist when he or she is being racist.
I am in part Hispanic, and I don't feel like Lynette represents me or Albuquerque nationwide. But she sure is a fun chick to hang out with.