Candidate interviews start - Albuquerque Journal

Candidate interviews start

New Mexicans can begin casting absentee ballots, as well as voting in person starting Oct. 11 at their county clerk’s office for the Nov. 8 general election. The Journal plans to publish its endorsements for contested statewide and Albuquerque-area offices in mid-October, as early voting convenience centers open across the metro area.

Candidates in those contested races who would like to meet with members of the editorial board before endorsements are published should contact editorial page editor Dan Herrera at 823-3810 or via email at dherrera@abqjournal.com. Include contact phone numbers. Interviews can be scheduled Mondays through Thursdays at 10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 3 p.m.

This editorial first appeared in the Albuquerque Journal. It was written by members of the editorial board and is unsigned as it represents the opinion of the newspaper rather than the writers.

Home » Opinion » Editorials » Candidate interviews start


Albuquerque Journal and its reporters are committed to telling the stories of our community.

• Do you have a question you want someone to try to answer for you? Do you have a bright spot you want to share?
   We want to hear from you. Please email yourstory@abqjournal.com

taboola desktop

1
Editorial: Why does NM give elk-hunt permits to private ...
Editorials
Before she was elected governor, Michelle ... Before she was elected governor, Michelle Lujan Grisham acknowledged the state's system of all ...
2
Editorial: Crafty maneuver saves NM VA clinics
Editorials
There's an old saying in Washington, ... There's an old saying in Washington, D.C.: It's not so much where you stand, but where y ...
3
Editorial: NM has a financial disclosure law; use it
Editorials
It's been almost a year since ... It's been almost a year since former House Majority Leader Sheryl Williams Stapleton resigned ...
4
Editorial: This gun reform is unlikely to bring about ...
Editorials
When President Biden signed the most ... When President Biden signed the most sweeping gun bill in decades on Saturday, he said "lives ...
5
Editorial: Try a staycation to help New Mexico's fire-ravaged ...
Editorials
New Mexicans are not far removed ... New Mexicans are not far removed from making conscious financial choices to help neighbors in a time ...
6
Editorial: ABQ’s Downtown police OT scheme like TV mob ...
Editorials
It sounds a lot like a ... It sounds a lot like a deal they can't refuse: Pay police a little extra and they'll pro ...
7
Editorial: Forest Service must take its missteps and health ...
Editorials
An 85-page U.S. Forest Service review ... An 85-page U.S. Forest Service review of the origins of the Hermits Peak Fire suggests the biggest w ...
8
Editorial: Vietnamese war baby an inspiring US ambassador
Editorials
Rio Rancho's Tina Diep is truly ... Rio Rancho's Tina Diep is truly a humanitarian ambassador. The daughter of a ...
9
Editorial: Diplomas need to mean students are ready for ...
Editorials
Algebra II may not be for ... Algebra II may not be for everyone, but practically every job these days requires some math, from pl ...