Cervantes for Governor
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Cervantes for Governor
In the Democratic primary race for governor of New Mexico, the Sun-News endorses Joseph Cervantes. We recognize that Cervantes may be a long shot. But we have never based our endorsements on polls, or which candidate we thought was most likely to win.
It was Joseph Cervantes versus everyone. As the state senator from Las Cruces sat on a stage in his hometown earlier this month for a forum with the two other Democrats running for governor, he seemed both literally and metaphorically stuck between them. Businessman and self-styled political outsider Jeff Apodaca has gone after the front-runner, U.S.
This week, we're running a series of interviews with New Mexico's four gubernatorial candidates, each of whom answered questions about issues related to water, energy and climate change. Today, we feature state Senator Joseph Cervantes, a Democrat, who has served as a legislator for Doña Ana County since 2001.
SANTA FE - The Roundhouse is the kind of place where visitors occasionally show up with rifles and other firearms to demonstrate their Second Amendment rights. And proposed gun restrictions often face skepticism, if they come up for debate at all.
State Sen. Joseph Cervantes is going on the attack in the Democratic Party primary race for governor, launching a new television ad targeting the front-runner, U.S. Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham. The 30-second spot blasts the congresswoman for a couple of occasions when she voted with Republicans on Capitol Hill, for raising big money from outside New Mexico and for her former business's contracts to run a state health insurance program.
Editor's note: Today the Journal concludes its profiles of the three candidates competing in the Democratic primary for governor. Go to ABQJournal.com for their answers to questions on issues. SANTA FE - It's been 44 years since a sitting New Mexico lawmaker was elected governor, a fact that's not lost on Joseph Cervantes.
New Mexico In Depth is speaking with the candidates for New Mexico governor on the issues of early childhood, child wellbeing and education in New Mexico. State Sen. Joseph Cervantes of Las Cruces is one of three candidates seeking the Democratic nomination. He is a lawyer and small business owner in southern New Mexico.
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