Sen. Dianna Duran, R-Tularosa, says she is confident about her chances to become New Mexicoâ€™s next secretary of state. If she defeats incumbent Mary Herrera in November, Duran would become the first Republican to be elected to the position in more than 80 years.
â€œI expect that the turnout will be great and I feel really good about what Iâ€™m hearing and what Iâ€™m seeing,â€ she said.
Duran was the keynote speaker at the Chaves County Republican Women luncheon, Wednesday, and was introduced by Chaves County Clerk Rhoda Coakley.
â€œIâ€™m so pleased to have such a high-caliber candidate for secretary of state,â€ Coakley said. â€œSheâ€™s helped us so much with all of our legislation that weâ€™ve gotten passed over the years to improve our offices, and Dianna is Login to read more