The chief of staff in the Secretary of State’s Office says it’s business as usual there in spite of the fact that the elected official who runs the office, Dianna Duran, is facing criminal charges related to abusing the state’s campaign finance system.
COMMENTARY: In case anyone had any doubts, the current case is proof positive that sunshine is the best disinfectant.
NMPolitics.net has a policy requiring that we correct inaccuracies. In accordance with that policy, here’s a detailed correction to the article, “Many New Mexicans outraged, saddened by Duran’s alleged crimes.” This article has been updated to clarify that, according to the criminal complaint, investigators were able to obtain records showing that players cards belonging to Duran were used […]
NMPolitics.net has a policy requiring that we correct inaccuracies. In accordance with that policy, here’s a detailed correction to the article, “Duran will plead not guilty, her attorney says.” A prior version of this posting incorrectly stated in the headline that Duran’s attorney said she would plead innocent. That’s not the correct legal term. “Not guilty” is the […]
A bipartisan committee will investigate whether the allegations against Secretary of State Dianna Duran warrant impeachment, N.M. House Speaker Don Tripp announced Wednesday.
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