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Posted: Tuesday, April 9, 2013 7:20 pm | Updated: 12:06 pm, Wed Apr 10, 2013.

Incumbent Republican Gov. Susana Martinez — whose campaign finance report showed her having a big edge over 2014 Democratic challenger Attorney General Gary King — showed that many of her largest contributions were from health care companies, as well as the oil and gas business.

As is typical with New Mexico governors, Martinez reports some large contributions from companies that do business with the state.

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5 comments:

  • Joseph Sanchez posted at 11:37 am on Wed, Apr 10, 2013.

    Isaacdaniels Posts: 31

    [sad]I can’t understand why candidates accept campaign funds from out of state it just isn’t right at all! Just because they do business with our state doesn't give them the right to pump money into their campaigns; it should be illegal because it’s overpowering the voters in New Mexico!

    I believe Governor Susana will win again, she’s doing her best to serve New Mexicans; it’s the Democrat who is more interested in their party than the citizens who voted them into office!

     
  • Joe Montoya posted at 10:35 am on Wed, Apr 10, 2013.

    Joe_Montoya Posts: 60

    Big money plays a big role as to how government is run and operated in New Mexico and elsewhere. If Martinez is re-elected We'll have government by the rich, for the rich and the rich! We should have public financing of all State races in New Mexico.
    That way everyone running for office would run on an equal footing!

     
  • cb posted at 7:58 am on Wed, Apr 10, 2013.

    cb Posts: 1

    How sadly unfortunate.

     
  • Ed Campbell posted at 5:47 am on Wed, Apr 10, 2013.

    Ed Campbell Posts: 17

    Dems gonna run another dull, obedient hack on the basis of inherited position?

    Cripes. Then, we're stuck with Susana's bait-and-switch craftiness for a second term.

     
  • Sabine Strohem posted at 9:27 pm on Tue, Apr 9, 2013.

    Sabine_Strohem Posts: 103

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