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Marino Spencer

Call In Show Engineer

Marino is Diné (Navajo) and grew up in Gallup. His interest in journalism started with the now defunct radio station KQ93 FM.

Marino is an award-winning student reporter/editor with the New Mexico NewsPort, a student journalism lab featuring news reporting by students at UNM where he's studying journalism. He likes to cover tech and social and cultural issues. He's worked in A/V tech for 5 years in Albuquerque and enjoys making and listening to music in his free time. 

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A proposal that would prevent state and local police from detaining or arresting people who are in the U.S. illegally was scheduled to be heard on the Senate floor in Santa Fe this week. 

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Thousands of Donald Trump supporters lined up outside the Albuquerque Convention Center Tuesday to hear the apparent Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, speak. Here’s a bit of what some of them had to say about why they plan to vote for him.

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More than 7,000 people gathered in the Albuquerque Convention Center on Friday to hear Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speak. It was just hours after he spoke at the Santa Fe Community College. Enthusiastic supporters waited in a half-mile-long line for nearly an hour and hundreds were turned away when the venue was full.

KUNM’s Marino Spencer chatted with folks to find out why they’re ‘feelin’ the Bern.’