Election

Local News
5:56 pm
Tue April 14, 2015

Navajo Supreme Court Clarifies Source For Funding Election

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The Navajo Nation Supreme Court has settled the question of how to fund a belated presidential election.

The court says the tribe's controller can use money from a fund used to satisfy legal judgments and claims against the Navajo Nation.

The opinion came after the tribe's Department of Justice asked the court to clarify how $317,000 legally could be transferred to the election office.

Navajo Attorney General Harrison Tsosie said Tuesday that his office is evaluating the court's opinion.

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Fronteras
9:20 am
Mon October 31, 2011

Hispanic Swing Voters To Impact 2012 Elections

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A year ahead of the 2012 presidential election both Democrats and Republicans are competing for Hispanic votes. In states like Nevada, New Mexico and Arizona the Hispanic vote could tip the scale in favor of one party over the other. Yesterday White House officials went to Las Cruces to hold a community summit aimed at Hispanics.  From the Fronteras Changing America Desk, Monica Ortiz Uribe reports many voters in that area are still undecided.

KUNM Local
10:19 am
Fri October 7, 2011

Hispanic Republican Leaders Gather in ABQ

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Hundreds of Hispanic Republicans are gathering today in Albuquerque hoping to build momentum ahead of next year's presidential election. As Monica Ortiz Uribe reports from the Fronteras Changing America Desk, New Mexico has the highest percentage of Hispanic voters in the country.