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In New Mexico, an elected Land Commissioner oversees oil and gas leases on millions of acres of state land. The race is drawing big money from fossil fuel interests and environmental groups. Charlie Riedel/AP hide caption

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Why Big Money Is Being Pumped Into A Small New Mexico Race

As battles over energy and climate heat up, national groups are putting more money into local races with a big impact. That includes the election of the land commissioner in New Mexico.

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In New Mexico, an elected Land Commissioner oversees oil and gas leases on millions of acres of state land. The race is drawing big money from fossil fuel interests and environmental groups. Charlie Riedel/AP hide caption

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Why Big Money Is Being Pumped Into A Small New Mexico Race

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Actor Michael Caine, 85, On His Long Career: 'The Alternative Was A Factory'

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Jewish Leaders Encourage Americans Of All Faiths To #ShowUpForShabbat

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How Robyn Found Herself In The Space Between The Notes

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