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New Mexico Secretary of State - Bureau of Elections
1998 New Mexico Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
Filing Deadline: February 10, Primary: June 2,
Predictions, Notes, List of State Parties
Governor, 49% in '94, 1st term
Stu Rothenberg's prediction: Toss Up, Campaign & Election's prediction: 1:1, D.C.'s Report's prediction: 50% Democrat
Albuquerque Mayor Martin J. Chávez (D) 48%, ex-Gov. Jerry Apodaca (D) 10%, St. Auditor Robert E. Vigil (D) 6%, ex-NM Appeals Court Judge Ben Chavez (D) 2%, St. Rep. Gary K. King (D) 30%, ex-asst. Att. Gen. Reese Fullerton (D) 3%, Frances Salas (D/WI) 0%, Gary E. Johnson (R), George E. Smith (G), businessman / engineer Robert West (I/WI),
Lt. Governor - Tied with Gov.,
businesswoman Diane D. Denish (D) 51%, Sec. of St. Stephanie Gonzales (D) 49%, Walter D. Bradley (R) Marcia Carter (G) 60%, Alexandra Lorraine (G) 40%,
Attorney General, Tom Udall (D) running for Congress,
ex-Lt. Gov. / ex-state district judge Patricia A. Madrid (D) 40%, Stuart M. Bluestone (D) 21%, Patrick V. Apodaca (D) 22%, Marian Matthews (D) 17%, attorney David C. Iglesias (R) John McCall (G)
Secretary of State, Stephanie Gonzales (D) ran for Lt. Gov.,
ex-Sec. of St. Rebecca Vigil-Giron (D) 51%, Letitia Montoya (D) 21%, Frances A. Porterfield (D) 29%, St. Sen. Dianna J. Duran (R) Steve E. Cabiedes (G)
Treasurer
Michael A. Montoya (D) Lorenzo G. Garcia (R)
Auditor, Robert E. Vigil (D) running for Gov.
Domingo P. Martinez (D) 62%, Dirk Houtman (D) 38%, No Republican computer technician Richard E. Haley Jr. (G)
Commissioner of Public Lands
Ray Powell (D) No Republican Sam Hitt (G), Maurice McDonald (L)
1st Cong. District, 54.9% in '96, Steven Schiff, (R) was died after 5th Term due to squamous cell carcinoma, Wilson won special election with 45%,
Charles Cook's prediction: Toss Up, Roll Call's prediction: Leans Republican, Campaign & Election's prediction: Republican favored 8:9, D.C.'s Report's prediction: 50% Republican
St. Sen. Philip J. Maloof (D) 75%, b-man Gary A. Van Vanlin (D) 25%, St. Human Service Dept Sec. Heather A. Wilson (R) 62%, '96 independent candidate Betty Turietta-Koury (R) 4%, St. Sen. William F. Davis (R) 30%, Alan Wilson (R)3% Prof. Robert L. Anderson (G), Retired Army Sergeant Orlin Cole (WI), Bruce Bush (L),
2nd Cong. District, 56% in '96, 9th term, Skeen has Parkinson's disease
Roll Call's prediction: Likely Republican, Campaign & Election's prediction: Republican favored 1:2, D.C.'s Report's prediction: 77% Republican
'96 nominee /ex-St. Rep. E. Shirley Baca (D) 64%, St. Sen. Mary Jane M. Garcia (D) 36%, Joe Skeen (R),
3rd Cong. District, 43% in '97 special, 1st term, 67.4% in '96 for Bill Richardson (D)
Charles Cook's prediction: Toss Up, Roll Call's prediction: Toss Up, Campaign & Election's prediction: 1:1, D.C.'s Report's prediction: 77% Democrat
Att. Gen. Tom Udall (D) 44%, farmer Carol W. Cloer (D) 4%, attorney Eric Treisman (D) 1%, AZ S. Ct. Justice Tony Scarborough (D) 5%, '97 Special nominee Eric P. Serna (D) 36%, Patricia A. Lundstrom (D) 3%, St. Sen. Roman M. Maes III (D) 6%, attorney Francesca Lobato (D) 2%, Bill Redmond (R) 100%, Padraig Lynch 0% health care advocate Carol A. Miller (G), businessman Robert West (WI),

1. Key to Predictions: Roll Call,
The Cook Political Report,
The Rothenberg Political Report,
Campaign & Election Magazine,
D.C.'s Political Report

2. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races. Blue boxes indicates winner. Red print indicates change in party control.

3. Key to Party Identification.
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(R) = Republican Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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