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The Tumbleweeds Top 10

Who and what's been making news from New Mexico this past month, as measured by mentions in Google News (news.google.com), which tracks 4,500 worldwide news sources (trends noted are vs. last month's total hits; * indicates new to the list). Number in parenthesis indicates last month's Top 10 rank.

1. (#1 last month) Gov. Bill Richardson — 5,436 hits (up)

2. (3) Bill Richardson + Iowa — 2,185 hits (up)

3. (4) Gov. Bill Richardson + New Hampshire — 1,023 hits (up)

4. (5) Sen. Pete Domenici — 713 hits (up)

5. (2) Gov. Bill Richardson + 2008 — 687 hits (down)

6. (9) X Prize — 324 hits (up)

7. (7) Gov. Bill Richardson + vice president — 131 hits (down)

8. (6) Virgin Galactic — 122 hits (down)

9. (10) Sen. Pete Domenici + Iraq — 107 hits (down)

10. (-) Gov. Bill Richardson + "top tier" — 81 hits (up)


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