‘Family probably had the biggest impact in my life – seeing how you look after one another and how that translates into how you look after the community,’ the Democratic 3rd Congressional District candidate says.
With voter ID laws becoming a political flashpoint in what’s gearing up to be a close election year, ProPublica looks at the facts behind the laws and breaks down the issues at the heart of the debate. Continue Reading
VIDEO: KOB-TV tracked down late last week the man who allegedly created a New Mexico Finance Authority audit officials say was fraudulent, and he disputed some of their claims. Click on the headline to watch the news station’s report. Continue Reading
What to make of this week’s polls of the U.S. Senate and presidential races and the governor’s popularity? Put them in the context of other recent polls and the picture becomes clearer. Continue Reading
In the wake of a revelation that the New Mexico Finance Authority’s fiscal year 2011 audit was fraudulent, two lawmakers who head an oversight committee say they want multiple reviews of the situation. Continue Reading
There are more questions than answers right now about why the New Mexico Finance Authority’s controller allegedly created a fraudulent audit of the agency’s finances, but what’s clear is that it’s a big deal. Continue Reading