V.28 No.49 | 12/5/2019
Make Up Your Mind
Runoff election offers choices for our city
After the discovery that the city's crime statistics erred on the side of optimism and as we approach the runoff election for City Council Districts 2 and 4, we asked candidates to speak to the issues of crime and homelessness in The Duke City.
V.28 No.46 | 11/14/2019
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Where to Now, St. Voter?
One election ends, another looms
24 percent of citizen voters in Bernalillo County submitted a ballot in last week's municipal election that covered four City Council districts, three CNM Governing Board districts, numerous city and scholastic spending proposals, a tax question and two proposed amendments to the electoral public finance law currently in effect in Burque.
V.28 No.44 | 10/31/2019
Your Ballot, Your Choices
A Facsimile Ballot for Your Perusal
Here’s a peek at this year’s ballot.
V.28 No.42 | 10/17/2019
Courtesy NM Political Report
Time to Vote!
Municipal Election Is a Beginning
Early voting for Albuquerque’s 2019 municipal election begins on Saturday, Oct. 19, providing an opportunity to inject some cultural meaning into you life. Citizens have the power to make decisions regarding local, state and regional governance; here’s your chance to participate.
APS Board Elections
Albuquerque Public Schools is holding an election for members of the Board of Education in school board Districts 1, 2 and 4
V.28 No.37 | 9/12/2019
Focusing on homelessness and addiction
Connie Vigil is the only elephant running for City Council District 2, but she happens to champion certain platform issues that sound progressive.
V.28 No.36 | 9/5/2019
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An Insurgent Campaign
Nelson battles for District 2
In the heavily contested District 2 race—an electoral contest currently being defined by the work and legacy of Isaac Benton—Blanquera Nelson says he can make a difference by getting more people from the community heard and involved.
V.28 No.27 | 7/4/2019
Two Tickets to Northeast Heights
Maurreen Skowran for District 8 City Council
This year, District 8 councilor Jones is being challenged by Maurreen Skowran, a progressive Marine Corps veteran with traditional values and an optimistic, forward-looking demeanor.
V.28 No.26 | 6/27/2019
courtesy of the candidate
A Progressive Opportunity
Ane Romero can flip District 4
We met with wunderkind politico Ane Romero about her bid to claim District 4 for forward-thinking citizens.
V.28 No.20 | 5/16/2019
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Municipal Election Looms
Even-numbered council districts prepare
This November, 2019, voters will decide who will take four seats at the Albuquerque City Council table.