As you’d expect, New Mexico Democrats loved President Obama’s State of the Union address while those from opposing parties panned it … but there was one Democrat who expressed some concern over the state’s national labs.
President Obama’s speech comes less than a week after a report came out saying the Obama administration is preparing to [...]
New Mexico’s lone Republican on Capitol Hill — Steve Pearce of the 2nd Congressional District in the southern part of the state — joined 96 other GOP members of the House of Representatives in sending a letter to President Obama denouncing UN Ambassador Susan Rice, who’s reportedly being considered to replace Hillary Clinton as Secretary [...]
She may have given a rousing speech at the Republican National Convention where Mitt Romney took the GOP nomination but New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez has given Romney two thumbs down for remarks attributed to him after losing to Barack Obama.
According to a reporter from the Los Angeles Times, earlier this week Romney told donors [...]
Phoenix radio producer Rob Hunter tells his audience why he voted for Gary Johnson for President. Hunter is a swing voter. He’s voted for Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and John McCain. He sat out the 2000 election. He finds himself having to defend giving his vote to a Libertarian candidate instead of joining his [...]
Some thoughts as we head into the third and final presidential debate tomorrow night:
*Amid all the clamor about Candy Crowley helping out President Obama in last Wednesday’s debate, what was lost was the actual question itself.
Kerry Ladka of Mineola, New York asked directly about “reports that the State Department refused extra security for our embassy [...]
Mitt Romney may be gaining in the polls since his strong performance last week in a nationally televised debate but here in New Mexico, President Obama still has a double-digit lead according to Rasmussen Reports.
On Wednesday morning (Oct. 10), Rasmussen released a telephone poll of 500 likely voters in New Mexico that shows Obama leading [...]
Republicans and Mitt Romney supporters feel re-energized while Democrats and President Obama look to the next two presidential debates to get back on track.
But for all the postgame celebrating (for Republicans) and hand-wringing (for Democrats), did it make any difference to the electorate?
After a weekend of polling, it seems the answer is that Romney did [...]
Maybe the presidential race in New Mexico is closer than some thought.
Just a couple weeks after a number of polls — including one from Rasmussen Reports – showed Barack Obama with a 14-point lead in New Mexico, the Albuquerque Journal released a poll Sunday morning (Sept. 9) showing that Republican nominee Mitt Romney is within [...]
Since July, Capitol Report New Mexico has taken a look at the beginning of each month to see how the Barack Obama-Mitt Romney race is shaping up in the only competition that matters — the contest to pick up 270 votes in the Electoral College.
Now that it’s a new month, here’s the map as of [...]
“That’s the smell of money, son,” an engineer told me last week after I mentioned the pungent scent of gas that filled my nostrils as I drove through the town of Maljamar, smack dab in the middle of New Mexico’s Oil Patch.
The next day was I was Hobbs, the center of gravity in Lea County, [...]