NMPolitics.net has a policy requiring that we correct inaccuracies. In accordance with that policy, here’s a detailed correction to the article, “Dianna Duran resigns, pleads guilty to two felonies.” This article has been updated to clarify that the AG’s Office didn’t seek to take Duran’s pension, saying the law doesn’t allow for her to be fined in an […]
There is almost always an outcry for maximum punishment in a case like this, but that’s also why the judicial branch of government is the least democratic of the three: It has to temper fairness with compassion for the accused.
Dianna Duran promised to be different, but it didn’t work out that way. Now it falls on Gov. Susana Martinez to lead New Mexico’s newest attempt to restore trust in the Secretary of State’s Office.
Click on the headline to see a timeline of NMPolitics.net articles leading up to Dianna Duran’s resignation from the job of secretary of state.
Dianna Duran has resigned from her position as New Mexico’s secretary of state, NMPolitics.net has learned.
We must do more to ensure that barriers to voting are removed, that voters are educated about upcoming opportunities to cast their ballot, and that – most importantly – we are working to ensure the public trust in our system of government.