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Torres Small Talks About Securing Our Border In New Ad “Immigration”

“Washington needs to stop playing politics with immigration and instead get something done,” said Xochitl Torres Small, Democratic Nominee for New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District. “In Congress, I’ll fight to secure our borders, promote skills based immigration and protect DREAMERS. Building a wall doesn’t make us safer—it just wastes...

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ICYMI: Pearce tries to escape tax return accountability again

Steve Pearce dodges accountability, says he’ll only release one year of tax returns, and after New Mexicans start voting. Marg Elliston, Chair of the Democratic Party of New Mexico responds: "This is too little, too late, Steve. There's nothing transparent about stalling for over 100 days until after the polls are...

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ICYMI: Amid sexual abuse cover up allegations, Rep. Jordan campaigns for Herrell in N.M.

Las Cruces, N.M. – In case you missed it, this week The Hill reported that Congressman Jim Jordan, who has been credibly accused of covering up sexual abuse at Ohio State University, came to New Mexico to campaign on behalf...

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Herrell Skips Domenici Conference to Meet with DC Consultants

Las Cruces, N.M. – Today, the Albuquerque Journal reported that Yvette Herrell skipped out of town and was a no-show at the bipartisan Domenici Institute conference (named for the late New Mexico Senator Pete Domenici) after committing to attend. Former Governor and Domenici Institute Director Garrey Carruthers said that Herrell had been called away, "to...

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VIDEO: Pearce Attacks Hispanics, Again

In another shocking caught-on-tape moment, yesterday, Steve Pearce appeared on stage in Las Cruces and discussed crime. He began by saying that we can’t stop some from re-offending because crime is “just in the lifestyle” for some people, before calling Albuquerque’s 80% Hispanic South Valley “the war zone” and...

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Deb Haaland, Melanie Stansbury Join Community Advocates and Volunteers Taking Action on Health Care

Albuquerque, N.M. - Tonight, 1st Congressional District and House District 28 candidates Deb Haaland and Melanie Stansbury hosted a "Protect Our Health Care" phone bank to highlight the importance of health care in this year's election. “Opponents of the Affordable Care Act have done everything in their power to undermine New...

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Steve Pearce flubs at NAACP forum and runs from his record, on the heels of intolerant remarks in Las Cruces

Tonight, Steve Pearce demonstrated again that he is not prepared to serve New Mexico and its diverse communities. While Michelle Lujan Grisham presented a clear vision for a more equal and fair New Mexico, Pearce failed to square his destructive record with his rhetoric. The reality is, he has...

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VIDEO: Pearce Attacks Hispanics, Again

Calls the South Valley “the war zone,” and “where hopelessness reigns,” says criminals go back to jail because “it’s just in the lifestyle.” In another shocking caught-on-tape moment, yesterday, Steve Pearce appeared on stage in Las Cruces and discussed crime. He began by saying...

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Pearce Uses Vets On 9/11, Skips VA Funding Vote

After claiming he’d support veterans during a political press conference held on September 11, Steve Pearce again demonstrated that veterans and New Mexico families can’t count on his leadership. According to the AP, the legislation “features a $5.1 billion increase for the Department of Veterans Affairs.” “As...

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Libertarian AG Candidate Slammed By Court of Appeals

On Monday, the New Mexico Court of Appeals summarily dismissed yet another frivolous lawsuit brought by Libertarian nominee for New Mexico Attorney General A. Blair Dunn. In the lawsuit Dunn baselessly alleged that the agency in charge of enforcing New Mexico’s Inspection of Public Records...

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