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The New Mexico Prosperity Project is a nonpartisan voter education organization, oriented toward providing information that will help promote more free enterprise prosperity in New Mexico. We provide information to help people learn how, when and where to register, to “early vote,” and to vote – and information on key public policy issues affecting the free enterprise economy. Tabs above and below provide lots of information to help in that process, as well as to provide information regarding current issues facing New Mexico.



News & Views Blog Featured Article

Hispanic Issues are more nuanced than often thought
Part One:  Hispanics in New Mexico -- a long, complex history
July 22, 2016
By Carroll Cagle

Many politicians and journalists have simplistic and inaccurate views about Hispanics, primarily by wrongly equating all Hispanics with relatively recent immigrants from Mexico – many being of the illegal, or undocumented, variety.

“The Hispanic vote” and related issues are big this year – bigger than in previous presidential races -- both nationally and here in New Mexico, which has the largest percentage of Hispanics in the United States -- 45 percent.

There are multiple reasons for this year’s increased attention to Hispanic voters, but they are relevant nationally and particularly so in New Mexico.

Hispanic issues have been highlighted, most of all, by Donald Trump. 

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