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Posted: Monday, October 28, 2013 9:00 pm | Updated: 8:23 am, Tue Oct 29, 2013.

Santa Fe businessman Alan Webber, who filed Monday as the fourth Democratic candidate in New Mexico’s gubernatorial race, admits that one of his challenges is a lack of name recognition.

But one group of people apparently already has started getting familiar with him: Republican Gov. Susana Martinez’s political operatives.

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  • Stan Bies posted at 10:16 am on Tue, Oct 29, 2013.

    Patron Posts: 37

    I think anyone who is willing to offer his services to the State and its people should get a fair hearing of his thoughts and plans for progress. The immediate attempt to put him or any one else in labeled box like "liberal" or "conservative" is a sad commentary on the Martinez campaign approach and is really insulting to voters intelligence .

     

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