KUNM Call In Show 9/10 8a:
New Mexico is once again grappling with accusations of corruption in state government. Secretary of State Dianna Duran was elected in 2010 as a reform candidate who would straighten things up after scandal had plagued the office. But now she, too, is tarnished by charges she took money from her campaign coffers and spent it at casinos.
What does it mean for our state? What happens now? Post your comments on our Facebook page or call in live during the show!
Christine Sierra, emeritus professor of political science, University of New Mexico
Janice Arnold-Jones, former Republican state representative and transparency advocate
Steve Terrell, political reporter and columnist, The Santa Fe New Mexican
Walt Rubel, regional opinion page editor, The Las Cruces Sun-News