This is a big, information-packed issue, which you can download here. It includes June 13 Luncheon unit, featuring a panel discussion of “The New Emerging Economies of Our State”, with T.J. Cook (ABQid Business Accelerator), Galina Kofchok (Osceola Energy), Brad Lewis (NMSU and NM Department of Agriculture), and Terri Nikole Baca (AT&T NM). Reservations due […]
The May 2019 Voter is now available for you to read online or download! Be sure to do so ASAP, before the May 4 Annual Meeting and certainly before the May 17-19 LWV New Mexico State Convention! Some highlights of this issue: Report by the Co-Presidents, including a reminder that Albuquerque and Rio Rancho (and […]
May the 4th Be with Us Here’s the link! You’ll also be receiving a hardcopy of this issue, because this is the Annual Meeting issue. (May 4 at the Albuquerque Marriott Hotel) It’s a big one, containing the usual information about unit meetings, other upcoming events and the book review, but also: a report on […]
Download/view the March 2019 Voter, the newsletter of LWV Central New Mexico. Contents include: Report from the co-Presidents on the League’s lobbying efforts in Santa Fe March unit meetings, including Melanie Majors on “Transparency in State and local Agencies” and pending legislation at the luncheon meeting March 14. Remember, March is “Sunshine Month” Aja Nicole […]
At long last, the LWVCNM website has been redesigned! Please check out the new navigation and links. Let us know of any problems or improvements we can make. The home page now holds blog posts, which permit quick and easy updates by a variety of admins, so information should be much more current. We hope […]
Now you can view/download the updated Who’s Who, LWVCNM’s pamphlet guide to your elected representatives, and how to contact them! The Who’s Who is updated annually after each election.
The February 2019 Voter is now available to read and download! For all the details of the January Program Planning meeting, information on the February Units, the monthly book review (Political Tribes, by Amy Chua), and more, just click here.
Click here to read/download The Voter for January 2019. The Voter is the monthly newsletter of LWV Central New Mexico. This issue is a big one, with information on Unit meetings for January – all will deal with LWV New Mexico’s planned lobbying activities for the 60-day session of the New Mexico legislature, which opens […]
The December 2018 edition of LWVCNM’s monthly newsletter, The Voter, is now online! Articles include A reminder that Nov 29 (today!) is the Consensus Meeting for the State “Transfer of Federal Lands” study, Cherry Hills Library at 1:30pm. This is your opportunity to make League policy – add your voice! The December luncheon meeting will […]
The Voter for November 2018 is online. There’s a lot going on this month and in December, and you can find out about it in The Voter! Check out the articles on November 8th luncheon: Joe Monahan on New Mexico election results November 29th Advocacy Workshop – what is LWVNM’s lobbying focus? November 29th Consensus […]
Well-known local political analyst and reporter Joe Monahan will be the guest speaker at the November 8 luncheon unit. He’ll be discussing the results of Tuesday’s general election, focusing on New Mexico. Mr Monahan has been blogging for 15 years now at joemonahan.com. Starting in 1974, Mr Monahan has been a reporter for the Daily […]
Sep 19, Wednesday, 6-7pm, Governor’s Debate on KRQE/Fox. Candidates Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) and Steve Pearce (R). Channel 2 (13.2 broadcast), stream via KRQE.com. Sep 20, Thursday, 7-8pm, Congressional District 1 on New Mexico PBS. Candidates Lloyd Princeton (L), Debra Haaland (D), and Janice Arnold-Jones (R). Channel 5 (5.1 broadcast), stream via New Mexico PBS […]
Heather Ferguson, the new Executive Director of Common Cause New Mexico will talk about “Dark Money in Politics” at the League of Women Voters lunch meeting on September 13 at 11:30 at Embassy Suites (1000 Woodward NE). If you plan to attend, you MUST make a reservation by calling the League office at (505) 884-8441 […]