[Politico (blog)] - Bill Richardson says a "dark horse candidate" will be the most formidable challenge to President Barack Obama in Richardson, who pursued the Democratic nomination in 2008, said he was betting on Sen. John Thune before he took himself out of the
[USA Today] - Former New Mexico governor and Democratic presidential candidate Bill Richardson has landed a new job, heading up the global advisory arm of a major public relations firm. APCO Worldwide announced Richardson will be
[KRQE.com] - Bill Richardson's right-hand woman back when he occupied the big office on the fourth floor of the Roundhouse. Now that he's out of office and a private citizen, she's working for the New Mexico National Guard--and for him. How did that happen?
[Albuquerque Journal (subscription)] - Bill Richardson and another $1 million in private donations. The full Board of Regents is expected to cast a final vote on the project Monday . A regents committee last week unanimously supported the baseball renovation. UNM says the improvements are
[Fox News] - Bill Richardson, former United Nations ambassador and governor of New Mexico, told Fox News that a NATO-backed no-fly zone over Libya "probably needs to happen," and suggested western allies look at options for airlifting supplies and weapons to the
[Forsyth County News Online] - Led by head coach Bill Richardson and seniors Meg Walters and Jordan Murdock, the Lady Bulldogs spearhead all of the pre-tournament fundraising efforts throughout the county. Each year, the torch is passed to the next group of upperclassmen to continue
[The New Mexico Independent] - Bill Richardson said that he believes Gov. Susana Martinez has not respected him in her time in office. Reporters asked Richardson how he thought Martinez was handling things in her first legislative session. “I really am not going to comment,”
[Daily Kos] - Bill Richardson's take away from his time at the statehouse is that giving incentives to the movie industry paid off for New Mexico. Which is a strange thing to focus on after eight years as governor, but then it is Oscar weekend. That's a C+, Bill.
[NPR] - Here's an email answer from Chris(ph) in Ravenna, Ohio: Is the answer Bill Richardson? RUDIN: Bill Richardson was governor. He was also a member of the House, and he was - he did run for president. But we're looking for the nominee of a major party.
[CNN (blog)] - Former Gov. of New Mexico Bill Richardson spoke with CNN's Wolf Blitzer about the future of Libya's leadership and if the United States should tap the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Transcript and additional video are after the jump.
[UNM Daily Lobo] - Bill Richardson directed NMDPS to not check immigration status. At the same time, Richardson championed a controversial law granting undocumented foreign nationals the privilege to obtain New Mexico driver's licenses. This move flew in the face of the
[Mother Jones] - New Mexico under [Bill] Richardson was a pioneer in this field. In 2002, it began offering a credit of 15% — later raised to 25% — toward the cost of making a movie in New Mexico (not counting star salaries and the mite paid to writers).
[Latin America News Dispatch] - Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, who is serving as special envoy for the Organization of American States, led the discussion, outlining possible steps the leaders of both countries could take to improve relations and show “good-faith”
[NMPolitics.net] - Bill Richardson's approval rating remains dismal. Martinez's approval was 53 percent in the survey from the Democratic firm Public Policy Polling. Some 29 percent disapproved of the job she's doing, and 18 percent said they don't know.
[Talk Radio News Service] - Locke was tapped in the early days of the Obama administration after the original nominee for the post, New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, withdrew himself from consideration. He is the first Chinese-American to head the Commerce Department.
[Gloucester Daily Times] - Bill Richardson, first choice, withdrew after questions were raised about his political fund-raising. Sen. Judd Gregg, a New Hampshire Republican, the second choice, agreed to take the post, but after meeting with the president, rejected the nomination