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Posted: Saturday, May 3, 2014 7:00 pm | Updated: 12:58 pm, Tue May 20, 2014.

ALBUQUERQUE — The five Democratic candidates for governor seemed to be adhering to a self-imposed “fireworks ban” at a forum Saturday, as they fastidiously avoided taking any shots at each other.

In fact, at the end of the two-hour debate sponsored by the state Democratic Party, Attorney General Gary King, state Sens. Linda Lopez and Howie Morales, longtime government administrator Lawrence Rael and Santa Fe businessman Alan Webber all pledged to enthusiastically support whoever wins the June primary to take on incumbent Republican Gov. Susana Martinez.

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4 comments:

  • Pierce Knolls posted at 12:09 pm on Mon, May 5, 2014.

    Mister Pierce Posts: 2691

    It's Bush's fault.

    [wink]

     
  • Ron Romero posted at 7:10 pm on Sun, May 4, 2014.

    RonRomero Posts: 138

    "who can turn back the clock fastest to the days of Bill Richardson." I'm so sick of Susana riding Richardson's coattails to turn attention from her clear failures. She should replace her running mate with old Bill himself, because without him , she would have no chance. The Republicans need a new playbook, is anyone still fool enough to vote for this bad governor because they can't stand Richardson? Time to run on your own record Susana.

     
  • Philip Taccetta posted at 10:25 am on Sun, May 4, 2014.

    PhiltheElder Posts: 320

    “While these politicians will descend into negative attacks filled with finger pointing and absent of constructive ideas” Sounds to me like Chris Sanchez is quoting right out of the republican "play" book!

     
  • Steve Salazar posted at 10:10 am on Sun, May 4, 2014.

    Steve Salazar Posts: 1438

    Real "unity" would have 4 of the five quitting the race, and giving their full support to the remaining one.

     

General election information

The New Mexico general election will be Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014. On election day, all polling places will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m..

Voter Registration:

For those who weren’t already registered voters, the last day to register in order to take part in this election was Oct. 7. If you have questions, call 505-986-6280.

Absentee Ballots:

You can apply for an absentee ballot up until Friday, Oct. 31, although the Santa Fe County Clerk’s Office encourages voters not to wait until the last minute. The last day the clerk’s office can send out absentee ballots is Oct. 31. To apply for an absentee ballot, you can go online (http://www.santafecountynm.gov/userfiles/ABGeraldine.pdf) to print an application, or call the Santa Fe County Clerk’s Office (505-986-6280) to request an application.

Early Voting at Clerk’s Office:

You can vote early at the Santa Fe County Clerk’s Office through Oct. 31, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., including lunch hours. Saturday voting at the clerk’s office will occur on Nov. 1 only, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The clerk’s office is closed Monday, Oct. 13, in observance of Columbus Day.

Early Voting at Alternate Sites:

Early voting at alternate sites begins Saturday, Oct. 18, and ends Saturday, Nov. 1. Days and hours for these sites are as follows: Tuesday through Friday, from noon until 8 p.m., and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. These sites are closed on Sundays and Mondays.

The alternate sites for early voting are at the following locations:

• Old Edgewood Fire Station – 25 E. Frontage Road, Edgewood

• El Dorado Senior Center – 16 Avenida Torreon, Eldorado

• Santa Fe County Fair Building – 3229 Rodeo Road, Santa Fe

• Pojoaque County Satellite Office – 5 W. Gutierrez, Suite 9, Pojoaque

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Where to vote on election day

Santa Fe County polling places, listed below by precincts, will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 4, for voting in the 2014 general election. If you have any questions, contact the Santa Fe County Clerk's Office at (505) 986-6280.

1-- SOMBRILLO ELEMENTARY, 20 A N.M. 106

2-- SOMBRILLO ELEMENTARY, 20 A N.M. 106

3-- BENNY J. CHAVEZ CENTER, 354 A Juan Medina Rd.

4-- CUNDIYÓ COMMUNITY CENTER, 5 Jose Simon Drive

5-- EL RANCHO COMMUNITY CENTER, 394 County Road 84

6-- TESUQUE PUEBLO INTERGENERATIONAL CENTER, 39 TP 804

7-- RIO EN MEDIO COMMUNITY CENTER, 1 El Alto

8-- TESUQUE ELEMENTARY, 1555 Bishop's Lodge Road

9-- ACEQUIA MADRE ELEMENTARY, 700 Acequia Madre

10-- FORT MARCY COMPLEX, 490 Bishops Lodge Rd

11-- GONZALES COMMUNITY SCHOOL, 851 W. Alameda St

12-- LA CIENEGA COMMUNITY CENTER, 136 Camino San Jose

13-- HONDO FIRE STATION #2, 645 Old Las Vegas Hwy.

14-- TURQUOISE TRAIL ELEMENTARY, 13 A San Marcos Loop

15-- SOUTH MOUNTAIN ELEMENTARY, 577 N.M. 344

16-- SOUTH MOUNTAIN ELEMENTARY, 577 N.M. 344

17-- GALISTEO COMMUNITY CENTER, 35 Avenida Vieja

18-- EDGEWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, 17 W. Venus Road

19-- STANLEY COMMUNITY CENTER, 13 W. Kinsell Ave.

20-- GONZALES COMMUNITY SCHOOL, 851 W. Alameda St.

21-- GONZALES COMMUNITY SCHOOL, 851 W. Alameda St.

22-- MONTEZUMA LODGE, 431 Paseo de Peralta

23-- NAMBÉ COMMUNITY/SENIOR CENTER, 180 A N.M. 503

24-- ACADEMY AT LARRAGOITE SCHOOL, 1604 Agua Fria St.

25-- ASPEN COMMUNITY MAGNET SCHOOL, 450 La Madera St.

26-- TIERRA ENCANTADA CHARTER SCHOOL @ ALVORD, 551 Alarid St.

27-- TIERRA ENCANTADA CHARTER SCHOOL @ ALVORD, 551 Alarid St.

28-- MONTEZUMA LODGE, 431 Paseo de Peralta

29-- SANTA FE COUNTY FAIR BUILDING, 3229 Rodeo Road

30-- FORT MARCY COMPLEX, 490 Bishops Lodge Road

31-- SALAZAR ELEMENTARY, 1231 Apache Ave.

32-- SALAZAR ELEMENTARY, 1231 Apache Ave.

33-- ASPEN COMMUNITY MAGNET SCHOOL, 450 La Madera St.

34-- SALAZAR ELEMENTARY, 1231 Apache Ave.

35-- NAVA ELEMENTARY, 2655 Siringo Road

36-- ACEQUIA MADRE ELEMENTARY, 700 Acequia Madre

37-- CAPSHAW MIDDLE SCHOOL, 351 W. Zia Road

38-- GENOVEVA CHAVEZ COMMUNITY CENTER, 3221 Rodeo Road

39-- GENOVEVA CHAVEZ COMMUNITY CENTER

40-- SAN ILDEFONSO PUEBLO VISITOR CENTER, 74 Povi Kaa Dr.

41-- DE VARGAS MIDDLE SCHOOL, 1720 Llano St.

42-- PUBLIC SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, 610 Alta Vista St.

43-- PUBLIC SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, 610 Alta Vista St.

44-- WOOD GORMLEY ELEMENTARY, 141 E. Booth St.

45-- UNITARIAN CHURCH,  107 W. Barcelona Road

46-- UNITARIAN CHURCH, 107 W. Barcelona Road

47-- ACEQUIA MADRE ELEMENTARY, 700 Acequia Madre

48-- ST. JOHN'S METHODIST CHURCH, 1200 Old Pecos TrailSanta Fe County

49-- GENOVEVA CHAVEZ COMMUNITY CENTER, 3221 Rodeo Road

50-- NAVA ELEMENTARY, 2655 Siringo Road

51-- DE VARGAS MIDDLE SCHOOL, 1720 Llano St.

52-- E.J. MARTINEZ ELEMENTARY, 401 W. San Mateo Road

53-- PASA TIEMPO SENIOR CENTER, 664 Alta Vista St.

54-- CAPSHAW MIDDLE SCHOOL, 351 W. Zia Rd.

55-- ST. JOHN'S METHODIST CHURCH, 1200 Old Pecos Trail

56-- SANTA FE COUNTY FAIR BUILDING, 3229 Rodeo Road

57-- GLORIETA FIRE STATION, 43 Fire Station Road

58-- ABEDON LOPEZ COMMUNITY CENTER, 155 A Camino De Quintana

59-- POJOAQUE MIDDLE SCHOOL, 1797 N.M. 502

60-- POJOAQUE MIDDLE SCHOOL, 1797 N.M. 502

61-- NAMBE COMMUNITY/SENIOR CENTER, 180 A N.M. 503

62-- LA CIENEGA COMMUNITY CENTER, 136 Camino San Jose

63-- EL DORADO COMMUNITY SCHOOL, 2 Avenida Torreon

64-- SWEENEY ELEMENTARY, 4100 S. Meadows Road

65-- EL DORADO COMMUNITY SCHOOL, 2 Avenida Torreon

66-- AGUA FRÍA COMMUNITY CENTER, 1 Prairie Dog Loop

67-- RAMIREZ THOMAS ELEMENTARY, 3200 Calle Po Ae Pi

68-- HONDO FIRE STATION #2, 645 Old Las Vegas Hwy.

69-- EL DORADO COMMUNITY SCHOOL, 2 Avenida Torreon

70-- AMY BIEHL COMMUNITY SCHOOL, 301 Avenida del Sur

71-- EL DORADO COMMUNITY SCHOOL, 2 Avenida Torreon

72-- ST. JOSEPH'S PARISH HALL, 2 E. Waldo St.

73-- EDGEWOOD ELEMENTARY, 171 N.M. 344

74-- GENOVEVA CHAVEZ COMMUNITY CENTER, 3221 Rodeo Road

75-- SWEENEY ELEMENTARY, 4100 S. Meadows Road

76-- CHAPARRAL ELEMENTARY, 2451 Avenida Chaparral

77-- CHAPARRAL ELEMENTARY, 2451 Avenida Chaparral

78-- SANTA FE COUNTY FAIR BUILDING, 3229 Rodeo Road

79-- ABEDON LOPEZ COMMUNITY CENTER, 155 A Camino De Quintana

80-- AGUA FRÍA COMMUNITY CENTER, 1 Prairie Dog Loop

81-- CAPSHAW MIDDLE SCHOOL, 351 W. Zia Road

82-- LAS TIERRAS FIRE STATION, 6 Arroyo Calabasas Road

83-- UNITY CHURCH OF SANTA FE, 1212 Unity Way

84-- EDGEWOOD ELEMENTARY, 171 N.M. 344

85-- EDGEWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, 17 W. Venus Road

86-- ORTIZ MIDDLE SCHOOL, 4164 S. Meadows Road

87-- NAMBÉ PUEBLO TRIBAL ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING, 15 Bayay Poe

88-- TURQUOISE TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, 13 A San Marcos Loop

89-- CÉSAR CHÁVEZ ELEMENTARY, 6251 Jaguar Dr.

 

For more information, consult the county clerk’s web page (http://www.santafecountynm.gov/clerk) or call the Santa Fe County Clerk’s Office (505-986-6280).

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