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* [[New Mexico Public Regulation Commission]] (2 officers)
 
* [[New Mexico Public Regulation Commission]] (2 officers)
  
The primary will be held on '''June 5, 2012''' with the general election on '''November 6, 2012'''.
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The primary was held on '''June 5, 2012''' with the general election on '''November 6, 2012'''.
  
 
====Impact of redistricting====
 
====Impact of redistricting====
A new map of PRC districts was approved by District Court Judge James Hall on January 18, 2012. The plan keeps most of the geographical divisions from the previous map, leading Brian Sanderoff, a redistricting consultant, to refer to it as a "status quo oriented plan." The plan ended up in court after [[New Mexico Governor|Gov.]] [[Susana Martinez]] (R) vetoed the initial proposed plan from the Legislature. The court approved plan creates a solidly Republican 2nd District, Democratic leaning 1st, 3rd and 4th districts, while the 5th continues to be a swing district.<ref>[http://www.therepublic.com/view/story/02ff42466cbb4dd0af928cff3bc92377/NM--PRC-Redistricting/ ''The Republic,'' "Eastern NM unified in court-approved plan for redistricting Public Regulation Commission," January 18, 2012]</ref>
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A new map of PRC districts was approved by District Court Judge James Hall on January 18, 2012. The plan kept most of the geographical divisions from the previous map, leading Brian Sanderoff, a redistricting consultant, to refer to it as a "status quo oriented plan." The plan ended up in court after [[New Mexico Governor|Gov.]] [[Susana Martinez]] (R) vetoed the initial proposed plan from the Legislature. The court approved plan creates a solidly Republican 2nd District, Democratic leaning 1st, 3rd and 4th districts, while the 5th continues to be a swing district.<ref>[http://www.therepublic.com/view/story/02ff42466cbb4dd0af928cff3bc92377/NM--PRC-Redistricting/ ''The Republic,'' "Eastern NM unified in court-approved plan for redistricting Public Regulation Commission," January 18, 2012]</ref>
  
 
=PRC District 1=
 
=PRC District 1=
Democratic incumbent [[Jason Marks]] has held the 1st District seat since 2005 and is unable to seek re-election due to term limits.  
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Democratic incumbent [[Jason Marks]] has held the 1st District seat since 2005 and was unable to seek re-election due to term limits.  
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''June 5 Democratic primary candidates:'''</u>
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:*[[Al Park]] Park currently serves as District 26 representative in the [[New Mexico House of Representatives]].
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===General===
:*[[Cynthia Hall]] Staff attorney for the PRC.
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<u>'''''November 6 General election candidates:'''''</u>
:*[[Karen Montoya]] Bernalillo County Assessor
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:{{bluedot}} [[Karen Montoya]]
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:{{reddot}} [[Christopher Ocksrider]]
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===Primary===
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Bernalillo County Assessor [[Karen Montoya]] defeated PRC staff attorney [[Cynthia Hall]] and state Rep. [[Al Park]] in the June 5 Democratic primary. Republican [[Christopher Ocksrider]] was unopposed.<ref name="primary results">[http://primaryresults.aesvote.com/county0.htm ''New Mexico Secretary of State,'' "Unofficial primary election results," accessed June 6, 2012]</ref>
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{{NMPrimaryDemPSC12012Results}}
  
 
:{{reddot}} <u>'''June 5 Republican primary candidates:'''</u>
 
:{{reddot}} <u>'''June 5 Republican primary candidates:'''</u>
:*[[Christopher Ocksrider]] Attorney
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:*[[Christopher Ocksrider]] {{approved}} Attorney
  
 
=PRC District 3=
 
=PRC District 3=
Incumbent [[Douglas J. Howe]] (I) was appointed to District 3 by [[New Mexico Governor|Governor]] [[Susana Martinez]] on November 7, 2011 to replace Jerome Block who resigned after pleading guilty to two felonies - credit card fraud and identity theft of another agency employee.<ref>[http://www.therepublic.com/view/story/3b688c5939654243a0528e03b1b8bc01/NM--PRC-Block-Replacement/ ''The Republic,'' "New Mexico governor chooses Santa Fe consultant to fill vacancy on regulatory panel," November 7, 2011] </ref> Howe is not seeking election to a full term in 2012.<ref>[http://www.therepublic.com/view/story/2d4d616b12704657b7f8796f15a72b8a/NM--Candidate-Filings/ ''The Republic,'' "New Mexico candidates for the Legislature, PRC and other offices face filing deadline," March 20, 2012]</ref>
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Incumbent [[Douglas J. Howe]] (I) was appointed to District 3 by [[New Mexico Governor|Governor]] [[Susana Martinez]] on November 7, 2011 to replace Jerome Block who resigned after pleading guilty to two felonies - credit card fraud and identity theft of another agency employee.<ref>[http://www.therepublic.com/view/story/3b688c5939654243a0528e03b1b8bc01/NM--PRC-Block-Replacement/ ''The Republic,'' "New Mexico governor chooses Santa Fe consultant to fill vacancy on regulatory panel," November 7, 2011] </ref> Howe did not seek election to a full term in 2012.<ref>[http://www.therepublic.com/view/story/2d4d616b12704657b7f8796f15a72b8a/NM--Candidate-Filings/ ''The Republic,'' "New Mexico candidates for the Legislature, PRC and other offices face filing deadline," March 20, 2012]</ref>
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===General===
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<u>'''''November 6 General election candidates:'''''</u>
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:{{bluedot}} [[Valerie Espinoza]]
  
:{{bluedot}} <u>'''June 5 Democratic primary candidates:'''</u>
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===Primary===
:*[[Brad Gallegos]]
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In a four-way battle [[Valerie Espinoza]] won the Democratic nomination on June 5, 2012. Since no Republicans filed for the seat Ezpinoza will have no major party opposition in the general election.<ref name="primary results"/>
:*[[Danny Maki]]
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{{NMPrimaryDemPSC32012Results}}
:*[[Valerie Espinoza]]
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:*[[Virginia Vigil]]
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:'''''Note:''' [[Martin Suazo]] and [[Ronald L. Rees]] were running for the seat but did not qualify for the primary ballot''
 
:'''''Note:''' [[Martin Suazo]] and [[Ronald L. Rees]] were running for the seat but did not qualify for the primary ballot''
  
 
:{{reddot}} <u>'''June 5 Republican primary candidates:'''</u>
 
:{{reddot}} <u>'''June 5 Republican primary candidates:'''</u>
:*No candidates have filed.
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:*No candidates filed.
  
 
=Key deadlines=
 
=Key deadlines=

Revision as of 09:40, 7 June 2012


Two state executive positions are up for election in 2012 in the state of New Mexico.

The primary was held on June 5, 2012 with the general election on November 6, 2012.

Impact of redistricting

A new map of PRC districts was approved by District Court Judge James Hall on January 18, 2012. The plan kept most of the geographical divisions from the previous map, leading Brian Sanderoff, a redistricting consultant, to refer to it as a "status quo oriented plan." The plan ended up in court after Gov. Susana Martinez (R) vetoed the initial proposed plan from the Legislature. The court approved plan creates a solidly Republican 2nd District, Democratic leaning 1st, 3rd and 4th districts, while the 5th continues to be a swing district.[1]

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Democratic incumbent Jason Marks has held the 1st District seat since 2005 and was unable to seek re-election due to term limits.

General

November 6 General election candidates:

Democratic Party Karen Montoya
Republican Party Christopher Ocksrider

Primary

Bernalillo County Assessor Karen Montoya defeated PRC staff attorney Cynthia Hall and state Rep. Al Park in the June 5 Democratic primary. Republican Christopher Ocksrider was unopposed.[2]

New Mexico Public Regulation Commission, District 1, Democratic Primary, 2012
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngKaren Montoya 36.3% 10,972
Cynthia Hall 33.2% 10,038
Al Park 30.5% 9,221
Total Votes 30,231


Republican Party June 5 Republican primary candidates:

Incumbent Douglas J. Howe (I) was appointed to District 3 by Governor Susana Martinez on November 7, 2011 to replace Jerome Block who resigned after pleading guilty to two felonies - credit card fraud and identity theft of another agency employee.[3] Howe did not seek election to a full term in 2012.[4]

General

November 6 General election candidates:

Democratic Party Valerie Espinoza

Primary

In a four-way battle Valerie Espinoza won the Democratic nomination on June 5, 2012. Since no Republicans filed for the seat Ezpinoza will have no major party opposition in the general election.[2]

New Mexico Public Regulation Commission, District 3, Democratic Primary, 2012
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngValerie Espinoza 37.7% 15,121
Virginia Vigil 32% 12,850
Brad Gallegos 17.1% 6,863
Danny Maki 13.2% 5,310
Total Votes 40,144


Note: Martin Suazo and Ronald L. Rees were running for the seat but did not qualify for the primary ballot
Republican Party June 5 Republican primary candidates:
  • No candidates filed.

Deadline Event
March 20 Candidate filing deadline
March 30 Deadline for challenging nomination petitions
April 3 Deadline to withdraw from primary election
May 8 Absentee voting for primary election begins
May 19 Early in-person voting for primary election begins
June 2 Early in-person voting ends for the primary election
June 5 Primary election
June 26 Deadline for independent, minor party and write-in candidates to file
Sept 4 Last day to withdraw from general election
Oct 20 Early in-person voting for general election begins
Nov 3 Early in-person voting for general election end
Nov 6 General election

See also

New Mexico

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