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Absentee voting catches on in New Mexico for June 2 primary

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico is embracing absentee balloting like never before in advance of the state’s June 2 primary.

The secretary of state’s office on Tuesday released statistics on voting and requests for absentee ballots that indicate a major increase in remote voting by mail compared to the 2016 presidential primary.

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