Election Day, November 8, 2016, is coming up quickly. KRQE News 13 wants to know where you stand on certain issues and who you are voting for. Let us know which way you are leaning in our poll questions below.
Are you registered to vote?
With the second Presidential Debate complete, did your vote change?
Who will you cast your ballot for this November?
Does a candidate’s health impact your decision on who to vote for?
Thinking back to the first Presidential debate, did it change your vote?
Do you think New Mexico voters should be able to write-in a candidate for a presidential election?
Bonds are issued by the government with the promise to repay the amount borrowed with interest. General Obligation bonds are named as such because they are the obligation of the state and property owners. You can find a breakdown of each project on the New Mexico Legislature website.
Bond Question A: Shall the state be authorized to issue general obligation bonds not to exceed $15,440,000 for senior citizen facility improvement, construction and equipment acquisition?
Bond Question B: Shall the state be authorized to issue general obligation bonds not to exceed $10,167,000 for library acquisition for academic, public schools, tribal and public libraries?
Bond Question C: Shall the state be authorized to issue general obligation bonds not to exceed $142,356,000 to make capital improvements to certain higher education, special schools and tribal schools?
Bond Question D: Shall the state be authorized to issue general obligation bonds not to exceed $18,196,000 to make capital expenditures for capital improvement and acquisitions for state police, public safety communications and national guard facilities statewide?
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