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Full coverage of the midterm election from The Post and Congressional Quarterly
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N.M. TV Coverage
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State Results

N.M. Governor%
 Declared WinnerRichardson (D) 56
 Sanchez (R) 39
 Other 5
99% Precincts Reporting
Full Results
Updated 9:53 p.m. EST


N.M. Senate%
 Declared WinnerDomenici* (R) 65
 Tristani (D) 35
99% Precincts Reporting
Full Results
Updated 9:53 p.m. EST


U.S. House Results for N.M.


Election Roundup


Across the Nation
The Post breaks down this year's elections state-by-state, grouped by geography. Select one of the regions below to read state summaries:

The Northeast
The Mid-Atlantic
The South
The Southwest
The Midwest
The Plains
The Rockies
The Pacific


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New Mexico Has Unusually Competitive House Slate
With the fight for House control down to a few dozen "battleground" districts, competitive races are scattered sparsely across the nation. New Mexico thus stands out for having notable campaigns in two of its three congressional districts.

N.M. Election News

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