Senate race finally over – 21 days late

David Irvin Twenty two days after the election, the people of Senate District 7 finally have official word. Republican Clinton Harden of Clovis is their state senator defeating Democrat Bob Frost of San Jon by 36 votes. Harden received 9,010 votes and Frost received 8,974 votes. According to the New Mexico Secretary of State Rebecca […]

Election continues

TV Hagenah Technically, the voting in the 2004 election ended at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Yet for two politicians, the election continued until well into Friday night when the last of the canvassed votes were to be turned in to the New Mexico Secretary of State and still a result was not immediately forthcoming for the […]

Election provides tight local races

TV Hagenah While George Bush walked away with the presidential votes in Quay County, 2651 to John Kerry’s 1420, the local races still managed to maintain their own suspense as the county commission election for District 2 went down to the absentee vote count which came at the end of the evening. When it was […]

Local Senate race almost a bargain

Elaine Quarles In this district in the northeastern corner of the state, winning candidates often spend less than $20,000 to get elected. Contributions for the 2004 State Senate race between Sen. Clinton Harden and the Democratic challenger, Robert Frost, are typical. Campaign finance reports filed to date with the Secretary of State and available online […]