New Mexico 2018 Election News |

New Mexico 2018 Election News

Herrell completes ballot review, claims she never contested election

New Mexico tracks, owners gave to governor's campaign

Gov.-elect Lujan Grisham announces more cabinet appointments

Proponents of recreational marijuana eyeing 2019 legislative session

Gov.-elect Lujan Grisham announces first three cabinet picks


U.S. House

Iowa Rep. King returns to district after uproar over comment

Judge rejects GOP victory claim in disputed N. Carolina race

The Latest: Judge rejects deciding disputed N Carolina race

U.S. Senate

Iowa Sen. Ernst denies allegation of affair with soldier

Pompeo deflects Kansas Senate talk, says he has 'full plate'

Iowa Sen. Ernst says she turned down Trump during VP search

Around the Nation

Georgia official seeks to replace criticized voting machines

Merkley focuses on Oregon, postpones decision on 2020 bid

Kobach's defeat puts future of voter database in doubt

Congresswoman-elect from New Mexico backs Pelosi for speaker

Former tax secretary pleads not guilty to corruption charges

Election results certified; Torres Small officially declared winner of CD2 race

Incoming Rep. Torres Small uncommitted on Nancy Pelosi

Judge OKs inspection of ballots after 2nd Congressional District race is certified

Gov.-elect Lujan Grisham names transition team

Governor-elect has ambitious plan to curb gun violence

Republican files lawsuit in 2nd Congressional race

Dona Ana County certifies Congressional District 2 race

Yvette Herrell refuses to concede 2nd Congressional District race

Martinez, Lujan Grisham discuss transition, historical significance of election victories

Immigration advocates excited to work with Governor-election Lujan Grisham

Female politicians gain ground in New Mexico

Lujan Grisham starts to build transition team

Ben Ray Lujan seeks leadership role after Dems take over U.S. House

Votes still being counted in 2nd Congressional District race

Governor-elect Lujan Grisham talks priorities, cabinet selection with KOB's Chris Ramirez

Deb Haaland to become one of the first Native American women to serve in Congress