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PAC ads target state House races

PAC ads target state House races

By Sandra Fish Two political action committees are targeting state House races with television ads to air through Election Day. Patriot Majority New Mexico, a union-funded state level PAC, is spending almost $96,000 to air 157 ads supporting Democrats and opposing Republicans in Albuquerque and El Paso. Goal West, a federal PAC funded largely by southeast New Mexico oil and gas interests, is spending more than $47,000 to air 57 ads supporting Republicans and opposing Democrats on El … Read entire article »

Filed under: Ad Watch, Elections, Featured

GOP poll says Weh within single digits of Udall

GOP poll says Weh within single digits of Udall

A wave of Senate polls hit the state, as there have been three polls released so far today looking at the race between Tom Udall and Allen Weh. A poll by Republican pollster Vox Populi says that Udall leads Weh by just four percent, but when leaners are pushed his lead moves to six percent. The poll represents the closest poll of any poll so far in the U.S. Senate race. An Albuquerque Journal poll released … Read entire article »

Filed under: Featured, Polling, Senate

NYT/CBS News poll: Udall leads by 16 percent

NYT/CBS News poll: Udall leads by 16 percent

The latest in a series of polls by YouGov for the New York Times and CBS News shows Tom Udall maintains a large lead over Allen Weh in the U.S. Senate race. The poll, part of the Battleground Tracker series, shows Udall leads Weh 52 percent to 36 percent when leaners are included. Without leaners, Udall leads 50 percent to 32 percent. Even at this late stage in the race, the poll shows 11 percent are … Read entire article »

Filed under: Featured, Polling, Senate

ABQ Journal Poll: Udall over Weh by 7

ABQ Journal Poll: Udall over Weh by 7

Tom Udall still leads the race for U.S. Senate against Allen Weh, but his lead is now in single digits according to a poll by the Albuquerque Journal. The poll, conducted by Research & Polling, Inc., shows that Udall leads Weh 50 percent to 43 percent with 8 percent undecided. The numbers add up to 101 percent because of rounding. Udall has largely been considered the likely winner of the race since the beginning of the campaign. … Read entire article »

Filed under: Featured, Polling, Senate

National Review says Weh might pull upset

National Review says Weh might pull upset

The National Review, not exactly an unbiased source, raises the possibility that Allen Weh could pull an upset against Tom Udall in the U.S. Senate race. Udall has been considered a shoo-in to win for months. National pundits as well as local political observers still believe that Udall will win reelection against Allen Weh. Udall has more money, more name recognition and is very popular among the Democrats that make up the largest bloc of the … Read entire article »

Filed under: Featured, National News, Senate

State, congressional candidates hit TV airwaves

State, congressional candidates hit TV airwaves

By Sandra Fish With Election Day less than a month away, more New Mexico candidates will hit the airwaves in coming weeks seeking your vote. Nearly $7.7 million is being spent for almost 177 hours of political ads in the state, according to a New Mexico In Depth analysis of new ad contracts filed last week with the Federal Communications Commission. The analysis includes ads on traditional TV stations; satellite and cable-only stations aren’t required to file … Read entire article »

Filed under: Ad Watch, Featured

NYT/CBS News poll: Udall still has a large lead

NYT/CBS News poll: Udall still has a large lead

A poll by YouGov for the New York Times and CBS News shows that Tom Udall is maintaining his lead over Allen Weh. The poll finds that Udall leads Weh 53 percent to 35 percent when leaners are included. When leaners are not included, Udall’s lead is still 18 percent at 50 percent to 32 percent. The poll, part of the “Battleground Tracker 2014″ series is the latest in a long string of polls that shows Udall … Read entire article »

Filed under: Featured, Polling, Senate

George R.R. Martin to attend Santa Fe rally for Udall, Lujan

George R.R. Martin to attend Santa Fe rally for Udall, Lujan

Author George R.R. Martin will be attending a youth vote rally in Santa Fe on Tuesday. This is in addition to a fundraiser Martin will be hosting for Sen. Tom Udall later that evening. The Udall campaign had a drawing for small-dollar donors to attend that fundraiser. Attendees should take heart that neither event are weddings, judging by Martin’s books. The invitation says that in addition to Udall, U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Lujan is also supposed to attend … Read entire article »

Filed under: Featured, Senate

Gravis Marketing shows close Martinez/King race, big Udall lead

Gravis Marketing shows close Martinez/King race, big Udall lead

A poll by Gravis Marketing shows a narrow lead for Susana Martinez over Gary King and a large lead for Tom Udall over Allen Weh. The poll is sure to come under fire because of the results and the pollster’s reputation. The poll shows a Martinez lead of 48 percent to 44 percent and a Udall lead of Weh 53 percent to 36 percent. The poll itself is not in line with the two most recent … Read entire article »

Filed under: Attorney General, Border, Commissioner of Public Lands, Featured, Governor, Immigration, Polling, Secretary of State, Senate

New Weh ad hits Udall on not reading fiscal cliff legislation

New Weh ad hits Udall on not reading fiscal cliff legislation

A new ad by Allen Weh continues the attack on Tom Udall, this time by saying Udall does not read the legislation he votes for and for supporting President Barack Obama’s agenda. In a statement announcing the ad, Weh said Udall “votes with President Obama 94 percent of the time.” “The effects on New Mexicans are record unemployment, job-killing Obamacare, a crushing National Debt at $18 Trillion, abuse of power, scandals, federal overreach, and growing terrorism,” Weh … Read entire article »

Filed under: Featured, Senate