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Boy, 6, sent to traffic school by judge

LOS LUNAS, N.M., April 9 (UPI) -- A New Mexico judge ordered a 6-year-old boy to attend traffic school after his mother was ticketed for driving while his seat belt was unbuckled.
Personality Spotlight: Bill Richardson

Personality Spotlight: Bill Richardson

CHICAGO, Dec. 3 (UPI) -- New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, a one-time rival of Barack Obama, now is the president-elect's choice to run the Commerce Department.

Democrats pick up governorships

CHICAGO, Nov. 6 (UPI) -- Democrats won governor's races in Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Wyoming in Tuesday's midterm elections, but despite upsets in Georgia and South Carolina, there was no miracle in Florida, a Republican victor in Maryland and there may be n

Analysis: What to watch in Nov. 5 election

SACRAMENTO, Nov. 3 (UPI) -- The mid-term elections were dominated by the crisis with Iraq in the Middle East. Republicans hoped President Bush's high ratings on foreign policy would outran

Minorities concerned about domestic agenda

WASHINGTON, Oct. 31 (UPI) -- Blacks and Hispanics in the United States are extremely concerned that President George W. Bush appears to have paid little attention to the domestic agenda, bu
KATHY A. GAMBRELL, UPI White House Correspondent

Bush beats campaign drum

WASHINGTON, Oct. 28 (UPI) -- President George W. Bush's GOP campaign wagon was continuing its roll through the West Monday, with stops in New Mexico and Colorado, in the hopes of burnishing
RICHARD TOMKINS, UPI White House Correspondent

Elections 2002: All Hispanic race in N.M.

(Part of UPI's Special Report on Election 2002) SANTA FE, N.M. (UPI) -- Former Clinton administration official Bill Richardson is fighting off a stiff challenge from Republican John Sanchez in the race for New Mexico governor, the nation's first all-Hispa

Election 2002: Gov races preview 2004

(Part of UPI's Special Report on Election 2002)
AL SWANSON, United Press International

Analysis: Election 2002 too close to call

SACRAMENTO, Oct. 11 (UPI) -- The 2002 "midterm" elections have twice been overshadowed by foreign policy: first by the events of Sept. 11, 2001, and then in recent weeks by the sometimes-ra

Big spender to run for Senate in N.J.

TRENTON, N.J., June 5 (UPI) -- A successful entrepreneur who spent several millions of dollars of his own money has become the Republican nominee in the effort to unseat U.S. Sen. Robert Torr

Politics: Toricelli fights for life

New Jersey Sen. Robert Toricelli is fighting for his political life in Tuesday's New Jersey primary and isn't shy about making his integrity a campaign issue de

John A. Sanchez (born 1963) is an American politician.

Sanchez, the youngest of eight children, was raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico's North Valley. Sanchez's great, great grandfather was a territorial legislator in 1860, and his grandfather served as a state representative in 1930.

After graduating high school, Sanchez started a small business in Albuquerque called Right Way Roofing. In 1993, Right Way Roofing was named Small Business of the Year by the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce.

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