Duran seeks to be first Republican secretary of state in 80 years

July 22, 2010 • Local News

Sen. Dianna Duran, R-Tularosa, says she is confident about her chances to become New Mexico’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.

“I expect that the turnout will be great and I feel really good about what I’m hearing and what I’m seeing,” she said.

Duran was the keynote speaker at the Chaves County Republican Women luncheon, Wednesday, and was introduced by Chaves County Clerk Rhoda Coakley.

“I’m so pleased to have such a high-caliber candidate for secretary of state,” Coakley said. “She’s helped us so much with all of our legislation that we’ve gotten passed over the years to improve our offices, and Dianna is Login to read more

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