--2 Voter guides attempt to sort out Santa Fe city contest
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Voter Guides Attempt to Sort Out City Contest

Polling places open Tuesday from 7 am to 7 pm

March 3, 2014, 10:00 am
By SFR Staff

With just one last day before the polls open for the Santa Fe Municipal Election, candidates and their supporters and advocates for city charter changes are making a final push for voters. Here’s a collection of guides produced by various community groups in an attempt to help you sort it out:

League of Women Voters, a longstanding nonpartisan group with a reputation for careful deliberation, puts out a comprehensive guide before most elections.

What do candidates say about transportation issues? Chainbreakers, a nonprofit that works on transit as a way to address environmental sustainability for low-income communities, asked candidates to answer questions.

Progress Now NM, a state branch affiliated with a larger national group, says it’s not advocating for candidates, but rather wanted to give them a platform to talk about “progressive issues.”

And in case you missed SFR’s Feb. 26 endorsements read them here. More city election information is available at www.SFReporter.com/cityelection14.



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