Gwyneth Doland, New Mexico PBSCorrespondent, NMPBS
Gwyneth Doland has been a reporter and editor for newspapers, magazines, online news, radio and television. Since 2008 she has reported for New Mexico PBS, New Mexico in Depth and KUNM News. In 2012 and 2015 she authored reports on government accountability for the Center for Public Integrity in Washington, D.C. Her work covering state government has been honored with a First Amendment Award from the ACLU of New Mexico, and top honors from the New Mexico Broadcasters Association.
With Election Day next week and early voting underway, voters in Congressional District 3 will decide whether to elect incumbent Democrat Teresa Leger Fernandez, or challenger Republican Alexis Martinez Johnson.New Mexico in Focus Correspondent Gwyneth Doland with our media partner New Mexico PBS sat down with Martinez Johnson to talk about the newly redrawn district, climate change and her thoughts on abortion in the state.
Election Day is on November 8 and early voting is underway. In Congressional District 3 Republican Alexis Martinez Johnson is looking to unseat incumbent Democrat Teresa Leger Fernandez.New Mexico in Focus Correspondent Gwyneth Doland with our media partner New Mexico PBS sat down with Leger Fernandez to discuss how she helped secure funding for Hermit’s Peak fire, her thoughts on reproductive rights and how she’s campaigning in her newly redrawn district.
A new report looks at the strengths and weaknesses of New Mexico's new redistricting process, and the lessons learned in 2021 for the next go around as some voters prepare to cast ballots from new federal and state districts in the fast-approaching midterm elections.