Lonna Atkeson

Hannah Colton / KUNM

Let's Talk New Mexico 11/5, 8a: There’s never been an election like 2020, and on this week's Let’s Talk New Mexico, we’ll be looking at how the process played out and the consequences of Tuesday’s vote. From the President all the way down the ballot, join us as we sort through the results and what they might mean for our state. We want to hear from you! What’s been on your mind as you’ve watched results come in? What hopes or fears do you have for New Mexico or the nation in this moment?

No More Normal: Get Out And Vote

Oct 4, 2020
Felicia Montoya, Markus Wall, Kema

Millions of people around the U.S. have already voted early. Simultaneously many people are preparing to fill out their ballots, but are concerned with how they will deliver them, and, more importantly, if their vote will be counted. So many questions. Here at NoMoNo, we are going to dig deep to find answers for you. Episode 11 is all about preserving and exercising your right to vote. We talk with New Mexico's secretary of state, the president of the Albuquerque chapter of the American Postal Workers Union, a national election law expert, activists who protecting voting rights for underserved communities—and voters.

New Mexico Primaries Reflect Nation's Polarization

Jun 5, 2018
Hannah Colton / KUNM

Heavily contested primaries like New Mexico’s congressional races can sort of tear parties apart, UNM Professor Lonna Atkeson said. That’s especially true when outside organizations start pumping money into candidates. "To see the groups come in and spend a lot of money with candidates who largely have the same ideological agenda is interesting."

Survey: N.M. Voters Support Public Campaign Financing

Oct 17, 2017
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New Mexico voters overwhelmingly support public financing as a way to counter big money in elections, according to a new report by the Center for the Study of Voting, Elections and Democracy.

All Things Election 2014

Oct 29, 2014
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KUNM Call In Show Thu. 10/30 8a:

As election day draws near, we take a wide-ranging look at all things election-related: the ads, the money, the issues, the candidates, the endorsements, the trends and possible outcomes and how they may shape our future in New Mexico and beyond.  

Have you already voted?  Will you vote?  Are you voting for change or for things to continue as they are? We'd like to hear from you! Post your comments online, email callinshow@kunm.org, or call in live during the show. 

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