2019 election coverage & results - Albuquerque Journal

2019 election coverage & results

Voters cast ballots in Albuquerque in 2018. (Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Journal file)

The 2019 election featured political races, bond issues and ballot questions from several public entities, including the city of Albuquerque, Albuquerque Public Schools and Central New Mexico Community College.

Below are links to the Journal’s coverage of contested city, CNM and APS races, as well as coverage of bond issues and other measures on the ballot.

Results stories

Jones, Davis prevail in City Council races

City bonds for homeless shelter, other projects win easily

APS, CNM funding measures approved

Garcia, Cassutt-Sanchez win Santa Fe City Council seats

Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima wins reelection

Election Day

Education ballot questions key for several voters

Court denies GOP motion on ballots

Election consolidates city, school, other races

Albuquerque City Council Races


Three candidates running to succeed Brad Winter in District 4

Fellow Democrat challenging incumbent city councilor in District 6

District 8 council race: Analyst vs. incumbent

‘Democracy Dollars,’ election public financing ballot questions

Residents to weigh in on Democracy Dollars proposal this fall

Ballot issues would boost mayoral hopefuls’ funding

City general obligation bonds

Homeless shelter plan going to voters

Mayor, homeless advocates clash over plan for centralized shelter

CNM bond, board election

Money for trade and film programs included in CNM bond election

Former CNM instructor vying for board seat

APS mill levy/bond package, board election

APS asks voters to OK pared-down capital package

Activist, ex-teachers, state dept. deputy secretary run for school board

Election endorsements

Editorial: Journal selections for APS Board seats

Editorial: Journal recommends 3 council incumbents, 1 newcomer for office

Editorial: Journal recommends ‘yes’ on bonds, ‘no’ on election public financing questions

Editorial: Conservation district pick

Editorial: Journal endorses CNM board incumbent, bond

Voting locations

2019 Regular Local Election Locations by Albuquerque Journal on Scribd

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