Debate Day Forecast

Debate Day Forecast

Forecast is Clear: Lujan Grisham to Retain Governorship,

Storm of Negativity Expected Across the State from Ronchetti 

With early voting underway and the second New Mexico gubernatorial debate set to start in 4 hours, Democratic Party of New Mexico meteorologist Communications Director, Daniel Garcia has issued this debate day forecast:
In classic New Mexico fashion, DPNM forecasts an autumn day with all weather events possible across the state Wednesday.
As the debate begins we forecast:
☀️ Sunshine to start the day as voters continue to cast early ballots for the re-election of Governor Lujan Grisham for bringing jobs to New Mexico, improving public schools, making health care more affordable, and protecting women’s rights to make their own health care decisions.
But, as TV weatherman Mark Ronchetti takes the debate stage, we expect:
🌧️ Rain, but no umbrella or experience from the Republican candidate.
🌫️ Heavy Fog as Ronchetti hides the truth about what his proposed constitutional amendment to ban abortion would be.
Then, we see a good chance of a:
🌪️ Tornado as Ronchetti twists his way through explaining why he accepted campaign contributions from the seditionists known as New Mexico’s fake electors 
🌨️ Heavy Clouds and a chance of precipitation will move in as Ronchetti looks to snow over the audience with his unfunded plans.
⛈️ This storm of financial recklessness will have an impact for years ahead as it would require draconian cuts to public safety, education and health care.
🌥️ Voters should see the sun peek out again the morning after the debate as they remember they can vote early by mail-in absentee ballot or in-person at their county clerk’s office, and that the power is in their hands to protect the state’s economy, preserve public education, protect abortion rights, and elect Governor Lujan Grisham to a second term for a bright outlook for the next four years.

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