election 2019


V.28 No.44 | 10/31/2019

News Feature

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
I voted
Courtesy NM Political Report

Election News

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.

Newscity

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
Connie Vigil
Corey Yazzie

On Assignment

Vigil’s Quest

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
Robert Blanquera Nelson
Eric Williams Photography

On Assignment

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
Maurreen Skowran
Corey Yazzie

News Interview

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
Ane Romero
courtesy of the candidate

News Interview

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
The Albuquerque City Council
Eric Williams Photography

Council Watch

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.
V.28 No.18 | 5/2/2019
Pat Davis and Trudy Jones
Eric Williams Photography

Editorial

Davis in District Six

Councilor dishes on building communities with service and action

Weekly Alibi meets with city councilor Pat Davis about his announcement to seek a second term.