Community Voices Support For Northern New Mexico College Mill Levy, Awaits Resolution On Taos County Question
“We are the first co-located community college in the state, and there are so many barriers that we overcame to get to this place,” Bailey said. “I want to make sure that we are doing everything with the full blessing of the Secretary of State, the Mesa Vista School District, and Taos County.”
Event will feature Q & A with President Bailey
Per the legislation, this year New Mexicans can only register and vote on the same day up to November 2, 2019. On Election Day, November 5, 2019, New Mexicans must already be registered to vote; they will not be able to register to vote and also vote that same day this year.
“Preserving the Past While Securing the Future” ELECT ADAM E. MULLER – POJOAQUE VALLEY SCHOOL BOARD POSITION 3 Is not just a campaign slogan that I made up; this is a “motto” of depth, meaning, truth and vision. I am not an individual who is going to attempt to win you over with […]
Linda J. Padilla, Rio Arriba County Clerk, issues statement to Voter’s for the upcoming November 5 election.
“Northern is committed to providing access to affordable, community-based learning opportunities that meet the educational, cultural, and economic needs of the region,” Bailey said. “Expanding trades education supports our mission as a truly comprehensive, community-serving college.”
U.S. Census Bureau Opens Public Comment Period For Proposed Request Of Administrative Records To Build Citizenship Database
March, 2018, the U.S. Secretary of Commerce Department, Wilbur Ross, first sent a directive to the U.S. Census Bureau to collect citizenship information, as part of their 2020 Census work, to provide census block level citizenship voting age population for states as part of data provided by the bureau.
The Valley Daily Post sent the candidates questionnaires and created a Candidate Guide to help our readers make informed choices when they vote on Tuesday, March 1. Click to read more.