Editorial: Cap-and-trade bill promises paltry returns

Democratic dissension, Republican opposition and growing public skepticism may derail Congress’ potentially economy-crippling carbon cap-and-trade bill, perhaps saving Americans billions of dollars. The bill’s author, Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif., is opposed by centrist Democrats, who fear the Draconian regulations would severely harm their constituents. Congress members representing the steel industry and coal and nuclear power […]

Republicans elect officers

CNJ staff The Curry County Republican Party held elections for offices Monday night at the Clovis-Carver Public Library. Officers elected were: Rube Render, county chairman; Brett Johnson, first vice chair; Ben McDaniel, second vice chair; and Marge Render, secretary/treasurer. Rube Render, Johnson and McDaniel were also elected to the Republican Party’s state central committee. Also […]

Republican Party of New Mexico appoints new director of communications

The Republican Party of New Mexico is pleased to announce Janel Causey’s appointment as the Party’s director of communications.

Webcasts ‘thorny issue’

By Kate Nash: The Santa Fe New Mexican It’s the issue that won’t go away: to webcast or not from the state Capitol. As a House subcommittee considers whether and how to allow webcasting, the topic came up during Senate floor debate on a budget proposal when Sen. Mark Boitano, R-Albuquerque, attempted an amendment to […]

Ingle ready to lead Legislature

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Freedom New Mexico: Argen Duncan State Sen. Stuart Ingle expects the financial shortage to be the biggest issue in this year’s Legislative session. Here, he sits in his Portales home next to photos of his daughters. By Argen Duncan: Freedom New Mexico Hunter, family man, farmer, state senator for 24 years. Portales resident Stuart Ingle […]

Despite election outcome, area largely Republican

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer There were no surprises about the results of the Nov. 4 presidential election among political party leaders in eastern New Mexico. While President-Elect Barack Obama won the state, Republican John McCain was a decisive winner in Curry, Quay and Roosevelt counties. Curry County Republican Chairman Rube Render said he […]

Lyman, Baker win county clerk, treasurer positions

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Winners of the county clerk and county treasurer races said Tuesday they will update the county Web site to allow residents to perform tasks such as paying taxes or accessing public documents. Republican county clerk candidate Coni Jo Lyman won 8,823 to 5,005 against opponent Cindy McDaniel, who ran […]

Final unoffical Parmer County election results

U.S. President and Vice PresidentRepublican• John McCain and Sarah Palin, 839Democrat• Barack Obama and Joe Biden, 145Libertarian• Bob Barr and Wayne A. Root, 5 U.S. SenateRepublican• John Cornyn, 821Democrat• Richard J. (Rick) Noriega, 128Libertarian• Yvonne Adams Schick, 12 U.S Representative, District 19Republican• Randy Neugebauer, 827Democrat• Dwight Fullingim, 123Libertarian• Richard “Chip” Peterson, 18State Representative, District 88Republican• […]

Final unoffical Bailey County election results

U.S. President and Vice PresidentRepublican• John McCain and Sarah Palin, 609Democrat• Barack Obama and Joe Biden, 372Libertarian• Bob Barr and Wayne A. Root, 23 U.S. SenateDemocrat• Richard J. (Rick) Noriega, 625Republican• John Cornyn, 1,586Libertarian• Yvonne Adams Schick, 41 U.S. Representative, District 19 Republican• Randy Neugebauer, 1,680Democrat• Dwight Fullingim, 527Libertarian• Richard “Chip” Peterson, 67 Railroad CommissionerRepublican• […]

Sept. 14, 2008 Letters to the Editor

Organizers largely unappreciated One really has to wonder about the Republican party after its national convention. Speaker Rudy Giuliani brought up the topic of community organizers and the audience laughed. Then vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin made a reference to community organizers and the audience snickered. For a party that wants to be known as […]