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District judges retain positions in Tuesday’s election

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Unofficial election results indicate eight judges in the New Mexico 5th Judicial District and a court of appeals judge will retain their positions. In New...

Herrell stages upset, defeating incumbent Torres Small

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By Susan Montoya Bryan The Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE — Republican Yvette Herrell on Tuesday staged an upset to win a contested race for a U.S....

Nibert, Burt appeared headed for reelection

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The two Republicans in contested reelection bids for local legislative seats had not officially been declared winners as of Tuesday night, but the...

Unopposed races put 15 area candidates in office

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Many county and district office seekers had, for all intents and purposes, won election or reelection long before Election Day. That’s because 15 local candidates,...

Bonds, amendments ahead in state voting

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Roswell higher education and nonprofit leaders thanked area and state voters Tuesday for their support for three general obligation bonds that will fund projects...

Election Day has arrived

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Today is the last chance for voters to go to the polls or return their absentee ballots in the 2020 elections. Figures released by...

11 polling locations to be open Election Day

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Eleven polling locations in Chaves County will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more information, contact the County Clerk’s Office, 575-624-6614. •...

County expects plenty of scrutiny Election Day

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Election Day 2020 will be one of the most observed voting days in recent Chaves County history. Challengers from the major political parties and poll...

11 local polling locations to be open Election Day

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Eleven polling locations in Chaves County will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more information, contact the Clerk’s Office, 575-624-6614. • Chaves...

A familiar race in NM’s 2nd Congressional District

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If this year’s U.S. House race in New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District seems familiar that is because it is. Two years ago, Democrat Xochitl Torres...

County residents can still register to vote Saturday

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Saturday, Oct. 31 is the last day for Chaves County residents to register to vote for the 2020 general election, Chief Deputy County Clerk...

Voters to decide on retaining judges

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Local voters have four more days to make decisions about candidates, constitutional amendments and statewide general obligation bonds in the 2020 general election. Among the...

Torres Small maintains fundraising edge

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Democratic U.S. Rep. Xochitl Torres Small has continued to maintain her campaign cash advantage over Republican challenger Yvette Herrell as the race for New...

County sees high numbers of early voters

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Saturday voting, second polling site now available An average of 840 people a day have voted early in Chaves County so far, local election officials said. The...

Two constitutional amendments before voters

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Items cover PRC officials, terms for elected office New Mexico voters have two constitutional amendments to consider this election, one intended to change the...

Voters to decide on 3 bond issues

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Chaves County schools and libraries could receive about $5.78 million if New Mexico voters approve three general obligation bond issues on the ballot for...

19 new COVID-19 cases recorded in Chaves County

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Confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Chaves County rose Wednesday by 19, according to the New Mexico Department of Health’s daily report. Cases of the virus among...

Local legislative candidates continue fundraising

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Candidates for area legislative and local races continued to receive and spend money in Chaves County in the final weeks of the primary season. The...

Local voters discuss in-person voting choice

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Convenience and wanting to ensure their votes were counted ranked highest among the reasons why a sample of local voters decided to head to...

County voters have much better turnout in primaries

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Chaves County experienced a strong turnout for the primary elections compared to other recent primaries, according to preliminary information available from the New Mexico...

Voters choose experience in county clerk’s office

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Unofficial results of Tuesday’s Republican primary indicate that Chaves County voters preferred experience for the county clerk’s office. Although the race for the Chaves County...

Bilberry, Taylor win county commission races

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Incumbent Jeff Bilberry and former commissioner Richard Taylor have won their bids for seats on the Chaves County Board of Commissioners, having defeated their primary opponents and...

Burt beats Hensley in GOP primary for state Senate

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New Mexico State Sen. William Burt, R-Alamogordo, beat back a primary challenge and will be on the ballot this November to retain the seat...

Area candidates with no primary opposition face general election challenges

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A few multi-county races that some Chaves County voters were able to participate in had candidates facing no opposition in the primaries. But with...

Candidates with no general, primary election opponents win office

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Several candidates in county and regional races faced no opposition in the primaries or the general election. By securing at least one vote Tuesday, they...

Polls open at 7 a.m. for June 2 primary elections

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On primary election day, June 2, the county will have 11 polling locations open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Voters registered with the three major...

County officials say early, absentee voting going well

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Chaves County officials are reporting strong early voting and in-person absentee voting participation in the primary elections, as the second of its early voting...

Lawmakers discuss budget ahead of likely special session

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With New Mexico continuing to reel from the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 global pandemic and a record drop in oil prices, legislators...

County decides on new early voting site

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Early voting for primary races is scheduled to start May 5, and the Chaves County Clerk’s Office has announced that it has changed an...

Local candidates raise campaign cash

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Campaigns for county offices took in significant amounts of money in the last six months, with some candidates garnering contributions from other elected officials...

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