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5 Democrats in race to unseat Martinez

Created: 02/05/2014 8:21 AM
By: The Associated Press

SANTA FE (AP) - Five Democrats have officially entered the race to unseat Republican Gov. Susana Martinez.
    
New Mexico Attorney General Gary King, Santa Fe businessman Alan Weber, longtime government worker Lawrence Rael of Albuquerque and state Sens.  Howie Morales of Silver City and Linda Lopez of Albuquerque Tuesday turned in the petitions and paperwork required to qualify for the Democratic Party's June primary ballot.
    
No one has filed to run against Martinez in the GOP primary.
    
But a lively Republican primary could be shaping up for U.S. Senate. Former New Mexico GOP Chairman Allen Weh and former Dona Ana County Republican Party Chairman David Clements are vying for the nomination to run against Democrat Tom Udall. It's Udall's first bid for re-election.

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Gov. Susana Martinez will face five Democrat opponents in the upcoming race for governor.
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