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Richardson campaign bigwigs push for vote initiative

Some of Gov. Bill Richardson’s former campaign higher-ups were spotted in downtown Santa Fe by Steve Terrell of the Santa Fe New Mexican — not planning another presidential run for the two-term New Mexico governor, but planning on how to push for an initiative to abolish the electoral college and elect a president by the national popular vote. The former Richardson staffers include Dave Contarino, Amanda Cooper, and Jim Noel. New Mexico, like most other states, uses the winner-take-all system to determine who gets our five electoral votes. So, if a candidate wins the state by one ...

NEA honors Bill Richardson with America's Greatest ...

... Education Governor Award Educators recognize Gov. Richardson's efforts to improve pubic schools San Diego, CA - Gov. Bill Richardson of New Mexico has received the America's Greatest Education Governor Award from the National Education Association. The annual award recognizes and honors governors who have made major, state-level education strides that improve public schools."Gov. Richardson speaks up on issues that affect children, and he follows up the talk with action," said Dennis Van Roekel, president of NEA. "Realizing the impact early childhood education has on long-term ...

Bill Richardson weighing death penalty repeal in New Mexico

Gov. Bill Richardson has been flooded with e-mail and callers offering their views on whether he should sign legislation to abolish the death penalty.Richardson, who must decide by midnight Wednesday whether to sign the bill, has received more than 6,000 responses on the death penalty, the governor's office said Monday. Those include people sending e-mail, calling the governor's office and meeting with Richardson in the Capitol.Caitlin Kelleher, a spokeswoman for the governor, said there was no tally of how many people have recommended that the governor sign the bill to repeal the death ...

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