The Mayor’s Campaign Promises

Has the Mayor Lived Up to His Pledges In the Last Four Years?

When Tim Keller ran for Albuquerque’s mayor in the 2017 election, he ran mainly on a platform of reducing crime, police reform, economic and energy sustainability and equity and inclusion. According to reports in the Albuquerque Journal, Keller was viewed at the time as the rising star in the state’s political arena. He was…


It’s election season (again!). Starting next week, candidates for mayor and five city council seats can make it official which means they can start asking you for money and your time as a volunteer. Two weeks ago, we took a look at the man mostly likely to challenge Mayor Keller, Sheriff Manny Gonzales.

This week, we’re taking a look at Mayor Keller’s first four years — what worked and what didn’t — to see how a campaign for or against Keller might play out. Need a primer? Start with a little background in Who is Tim Keller: Meet the “Metal Mayor.

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