Battleground States

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Battleground States: New Mexico

August 16, 2008
by findingDulcinea Staff
With six-term Republican Sen. Pete Domenici’s recent retirement, and politicians competing for open senate and congressional seats, many have called New Mexico this year’s “ultimate swing state.” It is only one of several battleground states in which local races may influence the outcome of national contests.
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