Saturday, November 10, 2007
TEACH ME TO GO TO A MOVIE ON MY DAY OFF
While I was enjoying American Gangster, Tom Udall's staff was announcing that he's entering the U.S. Senate race.
In other developments, Don Wiviott, who has for months been running for Senate, is switching to Udall's open House seat. State Auditor Hector Balderas told my editor he's not running for CD 3, while County Commissioner Harry Montoya told me he definitely is. Former State Rep. Patsy Trujillo is forming an "exploratory committee" for the Congressional race.
See the wire story about Udall HERE.
A memo from Udall's pollster, showing Udall beating anything that moves, is HERE (Thanks, Heath)
And my analysis piece Friday is HERE.
And yes, I did like American Gangster, thank you very much.
UPDATE: Here's a link to the New Mexican's story in Sunday's paper.
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