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DPNM to Send Diverse Delegation to Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia

PRESS KIT AVAILABLE HERE NEW MEXICO  – The Democratic Party of New Mexico will send a diverse delegation to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia next week, where New Mexico will be represented by 43 delegates. The Democratic National Convention begins Monday, July 25, 2016. The New Mexico delegation ranges in age from recent high

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DPNM Statement on Hillary Clinton’s Vice Presidential Pick Tim Kaine

NEW MEXICO – Today, after Hillary Clinton announced Tim Kaine as her vice presidential running mate, Debra Haaland Chairwoman of the Democratic Party of New Mexico, released the following statement: “Hillary Clinton has chosen a running mate who will compliment her leadership style and contribute immensely to our country–Tim Kaine has a history of bringing

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DPNM Launches ‘No More Excuses’ Site to Expose GOP SOS Candidate’s Extremist Legislative Record

Espinoza Wants to Run from Past; Dems Holding Her Accountable New Mexico – The Democratic Party of New Mexico on Friday launched a website, www.noraespinozaforsos.com, exposing Nora Espinoza’s extremist legislative record, even as the Republican candidate for Secretary of State tries to run from her past. “Nora Espinoza has been one of the most divisive, extremist,

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Governor Martinez Plays Games Around Trump’s Nomination

Albuquerque, N.M. – Today, Governor Martinez side-stepped the delegate announcement on the floor of the Republican National Convention. Instead of casting New Mexico’s 24 delegate votes to Donald Trump, she moved aside while another Republican delegate from New Mexico made the announcement. “Governor Martinez is playing games. It’s disingenuous and disrespectful to New Mexico that

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Nora Espinoza and Trump’s VP Pick Both Support Discriminatory Policies

New Mexico – Today’s announcement that Indiana Governor Mike Pence will be joining the Trump ticket as the vice presidential candidate highlights discriminatory policies Pence allowed in his state of Indiana, which Nora Espinoza also pushed in New Mexico. In 2016 Espinoza filed HB 55, which followed Pence’s Indiana model and would have legalized discrimination in

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