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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sunday, November 20, 2016 Contact: Omar Hamid Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Cell: 505-463-7653 New Mexico House Democratic Caucus Selects Leadership for 53rd Legislature House Democrats Ready to Lead as Majority in State House Santa Fe – Today, members of the New Mexico House Democratic Caucus selected their leadership for the 53rd Legislature, which […]
From the attempts by the Republican Party of New Mexico to intimidate minority, first-time voters into not exercising their right to vote in 2008, to Steve Pearce’s embrace of illegal voter suppression tactics at the polls in 2012, presidential elections are proven to bring out the worst in the GOP in the Land of Enchantment. […]
At times it’s been scary out on the campaign trail. The ghosts of candidates not seen or heard. Their names listed on programs, but nowhere to be found.. the unclaimed name badges left behind at the sign in table and their empty seats at the forums. They are the “invisible candidates” not willing to face […]
To be honest with you, this is not the easiest time to be seeking public office. Every day another deeply disturbing news story about politicians or our political process comes to light. Sometimes I’ve questioned the integrity of public service and even the value of my own vote hop over to here. But then I […]
Turns out that the euphemistically named “Jobs Package” (read massive corporate tax cut) enacted by the state legislature and signed by the governor in 2013 has been anything but. “Blow Up Your Budget for Nothing Package” is much closer to the truth. Despite rising corporate profits, New Mexico has consistently ranked near the bottom of […]
Despite coming into office promising to be the most transparent and accountable governor in New Mexico history, Susana Martinez has recently called for a four-hour special session to approve “pre negotiated” fixes for the alarming 2016 and 2017 shortfalls. Open Government advocates say, “Be afraid. Be very afraid.” Check out this week’s Policy POV for […]
Nobody likes to think about it. But if we must, we prefer our poverty at a distance. Yet given that a whopping 30% of Las Crucens live in poverty, odds are that poverty is much closer than you think. Poverty is not just morally wrong. It is a legislative malpractice. As the special session approaches, […]