Tue. Jul 23rd, 2024


Preliminary results are in as voters have cast their ballots in several key races, including governor, U.S. Senate, U.S. House districts and more.

Democratic incumbent Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham will serve another term in office after she became the projected winner in the 2022 midterm election.

Two Congresswomen have retained their seats in Congress while another is still close to call. For the House of Representatives elections, two Democratic incumbents prevailed over their challengers. Congressional District 3 for Teresa Leger Fernandez over GOP challenger Alexis Martinez Johnson.

Melanie Stansbury is to be re-elected in Congressional District 1. Stansbury faced off and beat out Michelle Garcia Holmes. Both congresswomen have served their districts since 2021.

Congressional District 2 was as close call with results showing both candidates in a near tie late in the night on Tuesday. Democratic challenger Gabriel Vasquez lead the race most of the night. Incumbent Rep. Yvette Herrell regained the lead late in the night as election day votes were counted. As of this morning, Democrat rep Gabriel Vasquez wins the position with 50.27% to the Incumbent’s 49.73%.

All constitutional amendments, as well as Bonds 1-3 passed with a yes vote.

Results from the New Mexico Secretary of State’s office show former Ninth Judicial District Attorney Andrea Reeb as the area’s new representative in state legislative District 64 and Bradley Bender as Curry County’s new commissioner from District 2.

For complete New Mexico results, follow the New Mexico Secretary of State’s Office: www.sos.state.nm.us/voting-and-elections/election-results/election-results-2022/

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