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October 5, 2018 – The U.S. Constitution outlines how the country will choose a president every four years through the Electoral College. Some argue that states like New Mexico, which has relatively few votes and isn’t seen as a battleground … Continue reading Should We Move To A Popular Vote For President?

October 5, 2018 – In advance of the November election, voters and special interest groups have been pouring money into the state, sending donations and spending money on races that don’t usually attract attention. Where is this money coming from … Continue reading Campaign Finance

September 28, 2018 – Christine Sierra has blazed many trails in her life. She was among the first Mexican-American women to get a doctorate in political science and helped build the field of Latino/Latina political studies. Sierra joined the University … Continue reading Political Science Trailblazer & Activist Christine Sierra

September 21, 2018 – Host Gene Grant sits down with New Mexico Secretary Christopher Ruszkowski to talk about the latest news from the Public Education Department. They discuss teacher and student evaluations, other education priorities and the politics around our education … Continue reading Secretary Christopher Ruszkowski On Department Of Education

September 14, 2018 – If you’ve ever white-knuckled it through a canyon or overpass, hoping you don’t encounter deer or elk on the highway, you’re not alone. Our highways and roads get us where we need to go, but they … Continue reading Making Crossings Safe For Wildlife And Drivers

September 14, 2018 – Figuring out a new phone or App can be challenging, especially for those who didn’t grow up using a cell phone or laptop every day. In 2015, Teeniors was born at a startup event to meet … Continue reading Teens Teach Seniors How To Use Tech While Learning Valuable Job Skills

September 7, 2018 – When Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller took office in December of last year, there were some big issues that needed to be resolved. The rollout of the Albuquerque Rapid Transit project had not gone as planned in … Continue reading Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller On Key Issues & City Priorities

August 31, 2018 – The Santa Fe Opera just wrapped up its 2018 season and general director Charles MacKay is retiring. Under his tenure, the opera has grown its financial resources and expanded its facilities. It also hosted two world … Continue reading Outgoing Santa Fe Opera Director Charles MacKay

August 24, 2018 – Treaties between Native American tribes and the U.S. government have been broken repeatedly since they were signed. This week on New Mexico in Focus, correspondent Antonia Gonzales looks at the history of treaties and why they … Continue reading Honoring Treaties To Understand The Past & Plan For The Future

August 17, 2018 – A native of Northern New Mexico, Dr. Estevan Rael-Gàlvez has spent his professional life reimagining his home state’s unique past. A former state historian and director of the National Hispanic Cultural Center, Rael-Gàlvez was part of … Continue reading Reconsidering La Entrada