Governor

New Mexico PBS

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham delivered the annual State of the State address on Jan. 26, 2021, from the Roundhouse in Santa Fe. This speech was pre-recorded due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We annotate the transcript with our Your N.M. Government media partners New Mexico PBS and The Santa Fe Reporter, as well as New Mexico Political Report and the Farmington Daily Times. Find that here along with the video of her speech. 

Lujan Grisham Vows To Repeal State Abortion Ban

Jan 15, 2019
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Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham made it clear in her State of the State address today that she wants abortion to remain an option for New Mexico women.

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Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham delivered her first State of the State address today at the Roundhouse in Santa Fe. We annotate the transcript with our media partners New Mexico PBS and NMPoliticalReport.com. Find that here along with the video of her speech. 

Next N.M. Governor Highlights Education Reform

Nov 7, 2018
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Democratic candidate for governor Michelle Lujan Grisham trounced Steve Pearce, winning the seat by almost a hundred thousand votes.

Lujan Grisham Is New Mexico's Next Governor, Haaland Wins First District Seat

Nov 7, 2018
Marisa Demarco/KUNM

Election night saw gains for New Mexico Democrats. Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham won the governorship by a healthy margin, outpacing opponent Steve Pearce by almost 14 percentage points. Despite deep ideological divisions between the major political parties, Lujan Grisham talked unity.

NPR

Follow live results from key House, Senate, and Governors races across the country in the 2018 midterm election. We also have New Mexico election results, and NPR's live blog with the latest election results from around the country.

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Live New Mexico Election Results From NPR

Nov 6, 2018
NPR

Get the latest on New Mexico's ballot measures and races for governor, Senate and House. We also have NPR's live blog with latest election results from around the country and U.S. House, U.S. Senate and Governor race updates. 

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SFR Editor On The Fight For Open Government

Dec 18, 2017
Mark Woodward for SFR

Around the country we’ve seen tensions escalate between elected officials and journalists. Here in New Mexico, the story is the same. And four years ago, the Santa Fe Reporter sued Gov. Susana Martinez, saying her office violated the state’s Constitution when it shut out the paper for covering her administration’s use of private email for public business.