Stay tuned for results from today’s primaries.
- Alabama - 7PM
- Iowa - 9pm
- South Dakota - 7PM
- Montana - 8PM
- New Mexico - 7PM
- California - 8PM
- *all times local time
In New Mexico, all polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Mountain Time
The GOP Summer Scandal Tour 2014
FUN FACT: The New Mexico Federation of College Republicans unanimously voted to join College Democrats in supporting marriage for all in the state.
CDA President Taylor J. Barnard: “Today’s ruling is a huge victory for equality! Congrats to New Mexico on this historic day.”
Share the great news — New Mexico just became the 17th state to legalize marriage equality!
Voters in New Mexico’s largest city rejected a ban on late-term abortions Tuesday in a municipal election that was being closely watched as a possible new front in the national abortion fight.
DEVELOPING: Judge Alan Malott ruled Monday that prohibitions on same-sex couples marrying in the state “are unconstitutional and unenforceable,”
The Bernalillo County clerk’s office in Albuquerque plans to start issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples at 8 a.m. Tuesday.
Bernalillo County is the most populous in the state of New Mexico.