New Mexico Black Voters Collaborative

Shelby Kleinhans / Source NM


 


10/7, 8am: The three men vying for mayor of Albuquerque faced off on September 27 at a forum hosted by the New Mexico Black Voters Collaborative. The event was moderated by Cathryn McGill at Highland High School and touched on numerous issues, including violent crime, homelessness and policing.

The candidates are incumbent Tim Keller, Bernalillo County Sheriff Manny Gonzales, and Republican candidate Eddy Aragon. 

Black N.M. Movement Talks Voting In Rio Rancho

Oct 5, 2020
Hannah Colton / KUNM

The Black New Mexico Movement returned to Rio Rancho on Saturday, three weeks after their peaceful rally in the conservative suburban city was overrun with a couple hundred aggressive counter-protestors. This time, the pushback was much smaller and more subdued. This weekend’s Peace Talk was focused on getting out the vote as part of the struggle for racial justice. 

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.