William Beerman

A time-consuming part of the ballot processing at the Dona Ana Absentee Voter Board for the June primary election was to put every ballot into one of 26 cardboard boxes -- one for each letter of the alphabet. A visual example of the sophistication of the process.

It's not about the mail. It is about the sorry state of the voter records and the vote counting process. As a challenger at the Dona Ana Absentee Voter Board, I saw them take 3 hours and 45 minutes to process about 1,000 votes -- a fraction of the votes received. The only thing they accom…

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What a way to get out your voters! Just mail them an unsolicited ballot that they (or somebody else) can mark and put in the mail box. Emergencies will probably occur in heavily Democrat areas. In any case. an audit needs to be done of mail and absentee vote processing. From what I saw as…

My wife just yesterday talked with a New Mexico man whose relative has been dead since 2002 but she is still on the voter rolls. In 2018 after the Las Cruces, NM, mail-in ballot bond debt election, the Doña Ana County Clerk’s office reported that 8,656 of 60,500 ballots, or 14.3 percent, …

As a challenger during the vote processing for Dona Ana County's Absentee Voter Board in the primary, I concluded an independent audit should be done of the procedures to evaluate both efficiency and internal control issues. For example, more than 3 hours was spent processing a batch of 1…

Somebody needs to tell these socialist democrats that our employers, our businesses and our corporations, are more important to us than politicians, who produce nothing. Trump's task forces blow away the two dozen $150,000 per year cabinet members on horse power and brain power.

I find the following quote from the article ironic: "But environmental groups in New Mexico, as elsewhere in the nation, say the new policy could give companies a blanket license to pollute."

The progressive government of the State of New Mexico totally ignores the air and noise pol…

In 2018 after the Las Cruces mail-in ballot bond debt election, the Doña Ana County Clerk’s office reported that 8,656 of 60,500 ballots, or 14.3 percent, were returned by the post office as undeliverable. Several posters on Facebook said they received ballots at their homes for former re…

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