Morning Fix - Shakin' the money tree

• "Dark money" dominates ad spending in Wilson/Heinrich Senate race, reports watchdog group ProPublica.

• Postponed: Council to decide on amount of Zoo admission rate hike in two weeks.

• Mystery, big $ surround abrupt departure of NMSU president.

• Attention Whole Foods shoppers: Beware of foul tahini butter! Recall of products from NM processing plant expands.

• Duke City accounting firm REDW purchases two Phoenix companies to bolster its Ariz. presence.

Native American-owned contractor that refurbished the Pit in merger talks.

• New fast-food frozen custard chain to open in Far NE Heights. Six more to follow.

Holiday help wanted: Apply at Macy's.

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Comment by Dee Cohen on October 2, 2012 at 7:39am

On the great HBO series The Wire, they'd say, "Follow the money." Good job of following NM's money...D

Comment by Izquierdo on October 3, 2012 at 10:39am

The point that is always lost in discussing political money is that it is not TV ads that sway the electorate but election day money handed out by party bosses at the precinct level and not necessarily in ghetto districts. 

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