Polls underestimated Keller’s margin, higher turnout benefitted his opponents.
Because it does.
63% of voters saying they support vaccine mandates is the end of the mayor’s race.
This wasn’t the first time the Keller camp brought up the “scandal.” You can’t assume they erred twice.
The Conservative New Mexican reached out to each campaign to ask their thoughts on the latest Albuquerque Journal and KOB-4 polls, what the data means for Tuesday night, and what closing argument they would make to voters as they head into the final week of the campaign.
The has wasted enough of your tax dollars. Don’t give them more.
Every candidate on the ballot has accused and been accused of rule violations.
A Republican victory is unlikely, but don’t compromise your values just because your guy isn’t the odds-on favorite.
Whether or not the allegations are true, going low proves Manny couldn’t win on merit.
“This poll shows Mayor Keller is in big trouble”– Shannan Calland, Manny Gonzales campaign manager
7-7 tie for Manny and Eddy.
The Board issued an official reprimand “for his failure to exercise the expected level of oversight over his campaign with respect to the question of qualifying contributions.”
With a staunch Conservative like Eddy Aragon in the race, Manny will have a hard time winning the hearts and minds of the more conservative voters he’s ignored all year.
“The fact that the city clerk has his role and that it involves making election decisions where an incumbent might be involved — that does not give rise to the kind of bias that would mean that his participation violates the candidate’s due process rights.”
Manny is a Mentus man, loves Amarillo By Morning, and other personal details revealed!
“This was a desperate attempt by one of Manny’s supporters to get me off the ballot”
Supreme Court denies Manny Gonzales public campaign financing, because it doesn’t matter that only “some” of the qualifying contribution forms were forged.
Honest mistake or orchestrated plot to dilute the Republican vote?
“I do my own talking and caulking,” radio talk show and in-studio showered Eddy Aragon said.
It may have been the first due process hearing in the history of due process hearings where the defendant’s attorney didn’t…defend.