New Mexico certifies election sweep by Democrats

New Mexico has certified election results that give Democrats unfettered control of every statewide office and the state's five-member delegation to Capitol Hil
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The Latest: New Mexico governor questions ballot procedures

Midterm election results in New Mexico have been certified with recounts pending in a handful of state legislative races
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Macron's government stands tough against violent protesters

The pressure is on French President Emmanuel Macron after a second weekend of sometimes violent protests that reached the heart of Paris over rising fuel taxes
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New Mexico election official seeks same-day registration

New Mexico Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver will urge state lawmakers to expand automated voter registration at state agency offices and embrace other
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Advocates for open primary elections target New Mexico

Advocates for opening primary elections to independent voters are asking the New Mexico Supreme Court to block public funding of the state's closed primary elec
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Female politicians gain ground in New Mexico

The New Mexico state House of Representatives has inched within four seats of gender balance with a surge in victorious female Democrats in the midterm electio
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The Latest: Key New Mexico county stops vote count

The New Mexico Secretary of State's Office has announced that a key southern county has stopped counting ballots and will reconvene Wednesday morning.
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The Latest: Women win majority on New Mexico appellate court

Four Republican men have lost their seats on the New Mexico Court of Appeals, clearing the way for women to hold more seats on the judicial panel than ever befo
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New Mexico Democrats retain hold over statewide offices

Democrats on Tuesday retained control over some of New Mexico's most powerful statewide offices, building upon a political track record for the Democratic Party
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The Latest: Voters elect Garcia Richard to land office

Democratic state lawmaker Stephanie Garcia Richard has been elected as New Mexico's next state land commissioner, making her the first woman to hold the office
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The Latest: New Mexico voters approve streamlining courts

New Mexico voters have approved a constitutional amendment that seeks to bring the state court system one step closer toward streamlining the appeals process fo
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The Latest: Democrat takes back New Mexico auditor's office

Democrat Brian Colon has been elected to serve as New Mexico's next state auditor
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The Latest: Judge Vigil wins seat on state Supreme Court

Longtime Court of Appeals Judge Michael Vigil wins a seat on the New Mexico Supreme Court
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The Latest: Incumbent wins New Mexico treasurer's race

Incumbent Tim Eichenberg has won re-election to his post as New Mexico state treasurer
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The Latest: Toulouse Oliver re-elected as secretary of state

Democrat Maggie Toulouse Oliver has won re-election in a three-way race for the New Mexico Secretary of State's Office
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Incumbent Maggie Toulouse Oliver wins re-election as New Mexico secretary of state

Incumbent Maggie Toulouse Oliver wins re-election as New Mexico secretary of state
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Governor, Congress races top New Mexico election ticket

New Mexico voters will pick their next governor, decide a three-way Senate race and fill three congressional seats in Tuesday's election
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GOP defends high offices in border state of New Mexico

New Mexico Republicans are defending their hold on the governor's office and a Congressional district on the border in Tuesday's election, as Democrats offer al
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Violence on Halloween night: French police detain 116 people

French police detain at least 116 people following violent incidents in several cities on Halloween night
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3 in the running to be New Mexico's top elections chief

Closing loopholes in New Mexico's campaign finance reporting laws and a possible shift to an open primary system in one of the last US holdouts will be among th
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Even without Neymar, French leader PSG routs Amiens 5-0

Neymar was not missed as runaway league leader Paris Saint-Germain beat Amiens 5-0 on Saturday for a 10th straight league win
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Turnout surges as New Mexico prepares for more early voting

New Mexico is seeing a surge in early voting, and the state's top elections official said she expects the numbers to keep climbing as more voting locations are
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Voter registration reminders mailed to 55,000 in New Mexico

New Mexico election regulators are mailing nearly 55,000 postcards to eligible voters who are not yet registered.
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New Mexico reformats ballots ahead of midterm elections

New Mexico's top elections administrator is going back to the drawing board to draft ballots for the upcoming midterm elections
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