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Legislation intended to standardize election dates for certain county offices and balance the number of county officers on the ballot each year is unconstitutional, the Supreme Court of New Mexico ruled, finding that it impermissibly extends the terms for certain judges, district attorneys and other officials.

SANTA FE, N.M. – Legislation intended to standardize election dates for certain county offices and balance the number of county officers on the ballot each year is unconstitutional, the Supreme Court of New Mexico ruled, finding that it impermissibly extends the terms for certain judges, district attorneys and other officials.

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