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Early skirmishes in fight to control N.M. Legislature
Part Three: Additional key state senate primaries
May 19, 2016
By Carroll Cagle
A rare four-Republican competition with no incumbent
Over the years, it often has been hard for the Republican party to find someone in their party to run for legislative seats in this state so long dominated by Democrats who sometimes seem to win merely by having a “D” after their name.
That is not the case this year in senate district 19, which stretches eastward from the Four Hills area in Albuquerque, over to the east side of the Sandia Mountains to pick up Sandia Park and Cedar Crest, and then all the way to the eastern plains through Edgewood to Clines Corners.
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