New Mexico is primed for Democrats to make some significant gains in the Land of Enchantment. Two members of Congress, Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham and Republican Steve Pearce, are running to replace GOP Gov. Susana Martinez. Martinez has seen her popularity drop in recent years, giving Democrats hope they could take the governor's mansion. Former Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson is trying to get back into the game with a Senate run in his home state. Johnson, who served two terms as New Mexico's governor, won just over 9% in his home state in the 2016 presidential election. Despite Johnson's history in the state, he and Republican Mick Rich are both underdogs against incumbent Sen. Martin Heinrich (D), who is seeking a second term. The state's most competitive House district is expected to be the 2nd, a rural district in the southern part of the state that Pearce currently represents as the only Republican member of the state's congressional delegation.
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