Municipal election ballots

Ballot for today’s municipal election. Polls are open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Clovis Mayor • Gayla D. Brumfield — 1,710 • Davis M. Lansford — 2,914 Commissioner District 1 • Janice A. Elliott — 518 • Randall S. Crowder — 1,060 Commission District 2 • Sandra Taylor-Sawyer — 468 • John Douglas Jones — 336 Commissioner […]

Curry County ballots

Clovis ballot District 3 school board member — Paul S. Cordova Jr. or Incumbent Rodney S. Muffley District 4 school board member — Charles H. Guthals District 5 school board member — Terry Martin Public School Capital Improvements (2 mill) tax question: Shall the Clovis Municipal School District No. 1 impose a property tax of […]

Young voters divided on casting ballots

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CNJ staff photo: Alisa Boswell Nina Bjornsson takes her English 319 class back to the topic of literature Thursday after the class discussed voting. Alisa Boswell To vote or not? When the question was put to Eastern New Mexico University students recently, the answers revealed a deep divide. Just as many previous generations, this group […]

Overseas voters granted extension

Sharna Johnson Overseas voters from New Mexico have been granted an extension after ballots in six counties, including Curry County, were sent out past deadline for the Nov. 2 General Election. To be counted, voting ballots sent to military and overseas voters — 844 total statewide, 102 of which missed the Sept. 18 deadline — […]

Election blog: At least five AGs have come from Clovis

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Max Best of Clovis places his ballot into a voting machine Tuesday at Zia Elementary School. Best said it his civic duty to vote, “you can’t complain if you’re not taking part.” By David Stevens: FNM editor Tuesday night’s blog reported at least four New Mexico attorneys general have come […]

Ballots remain uncounted

By Sharna Johnson: Freedom New Mexico There remain 57 ballots from Tuesday’s general election that may or may not be included in the final total, Curry County elections manager Coni Jo Lyman told commissioners during Friday’s canvas board meeting. The ballots in question are under review for several reasons, she said, explaining some are absentee […]

County Clerks: Absentee ballots slow returns

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ Staff Writer New Mexico County Clerks said processing mail-in ballots slowed down the processing of Tuesday’s election results. Curry County elections manager Coni Jo Lyman said the county’s absentee ballot board finished scanning about 2,000 mail-in ballots by 11 p.m. Another 100 mail-in ballots had to be hand counted, according to […]

Roosevelt County election results

The Roosevelt County Clerk’s Office reports the following preliminary election results, with 21 of 21 precincts reporting. The results also include early voting, but do not include absentee votes. These ballots include a total of 5,965 voters. Straight party ballots included 914 Democrat and 1150 Republican. Totals do not include early and absentee votes, which […]

Problems few in primary voting but tallying delays feared

The Associated Press Save for bad weather and scattered precincts that ran out of ballots, voting appeared to run smoothly Tuesday in four state primaries that drew record voter turnout. Heavy rain, sleet and ice forced at least 10 counties in Ohio to request permission to move, and a few polling spots were running on […]

Clinton takes N.M. caucus

The Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE — Hillary Rodham Clinton won New Mexico’s Democratic caucus Thursday following a prolonged vote-count that went on for nine days after the Feb. 5 election, the party’s chairman said. Brian Colon, whose party conducted the caucus, said Clinton had won 73,105 votes, or 48.8 percent, to Barack Obama’s 71,396, or 47.6 […]