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Last day for early voting sees campaigning by some candidates


ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico — Saturday marks the final day for early voting around New Mexico.

Voters can go to satellite polling places across the state to cast their ballots. If they don't make it Saturday, they'll have to wait until Tuesday, which is Election Day.

Four years ago when New Mexico voters last elected a governor, 49 percent of ballots were cast before Election Day with absentee and early voting. Election Day voting accounted for the remainder of balloting.

Republican Gov. Susana Martinez planned to attend a rally in Albuquerque's South Valley on Saturday afternoon as part of a 17-city bus tour.

Democrat Tom Udall, who is vying to keep his U.S. Senate seat, planned to campaign in Las Vegas and Mora after voting early in Santa Fe.

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